One of the best things about July is welcoming the newest Movement Disorders Fellows. Dr. Ondrea Timmermann and Dr. Bridget Ollesch started their training at the beginning of the month.
Dr. Timmermann was born and grew up in West Virginia. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in biology from Alderson Broaddus University and her medical degree from West Virginia School of Medicine. She then moved to Illinois to complete her residency where she realized her interest in movement disorders. To meet her aspiration of becoming a movement disorders expert, she finds herself in Colorado to continue her education and training.
Dr. Ollesch was born in central Illinois. She received her undergraduate degree in religious studies at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. She then completed her medical school at SIU School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois. She left the Midwest to complete her residency at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. She is excited to continue her training in Movement Disorders at the University of Colorado.
Are you interested in supporting the education of our fellows? Learn more, including how, by visiting our Fund-a-Fellow page.
Summer is well underway now; we hope you are enjoying the warm weather safely. The faculty and staff of the Movement Disorders Center have been busy planning exciting events for later this summer and this fall.
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