- Clinician-Researcher, KGHRI
- Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Queen’s University & Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University
- Attending staff, Kingston General Hospital
- Attending staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital
Parkinson's disease, epilepsy
Dr. Ron Levy - Using Electrodes to Scramble Pain:
Folllowing his graduation from Queen’s University in 2005, Dr. Ron Levy completed postdoctoral studies under Dr. Doug Munoz at Queen’s University, followed by a residency in neurosurgery at University of Calgary. In 2011-12 he was a Clinical Fellow in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery at Toronto Western Hospital. He joined KGHRI in 2012.
Education and honours
- PhD, University of Toronto
- MD, Queen’s University
Dr. Levy studies the electrophysiological changes that occur in the neurological diseases of Parkinson’s and epilepsy. He examines how brain activity changes over time between normal and abnormal states by performing intracranial recordings of single unit and local field potential activity. He is working to develop novel methods of electrical stimulation to improve the symptoms and modify the natural history of these diseases.