Bruno V. Gallo, MD
Dr. Bruno V. Gallo is a renowned neurologist with over 24 years of experience. He is currently an associate professor at Florida International University School of Medicine teaching courses in Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. He is also the Director of the newly formed Movement Disorders Center at Baptist Hospital in South Florida.
Dr. Bruno Gallo received his medical degree in 1985 at the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. His internal medical and neurology residencies were completed at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where Dr. Gallo also completed his Epilepsy/EEG neurophysiology fellowship. Further increasing his knowledge and experience in the field of neurology, Dr. Bruno Gallo completed the Bowman-Gray mini epilepsy fellowship under the guidance of J. Kiffin Penry, M.D.
Upon completion of his educational requirements, Dr. Bruno V. Gallo spent four years in private practice on the West Coast of Florida. During this time he developed extensive expertise in deep brain stimulation and movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, and dystonia.
For the past 12 years, Dr. Bruno Gallo stood as Director of the Director of the Deep Brain Stimulation Program and the Intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring unit in the operating rooms at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Throughout his training and professional career, Dr. Bruno V. Gallo has accomplished novel bench work on anticonvulsant agents and has stood as a principal and co-investigator on over 43 different Phase I and Phase II clinical research trials. Dr. Gall has also been honored as a recipient of the Peritz Scheinberg Clinical Neurology Award.