Diane Chan, MD, Ph.D. (MGH/MIT). Diane is a new Assistant in Neurology at MGH. She earned her M.D.- Ph.D. degrees at Boston University with a focus on Parkinson’s disease for her Ph.D. research. She completed her medical training in Neurology at Yale New Haven Hospital where she was the recipient of the Gilbert Glaser Award and a R25 NINDS Research Fellowship from the NIH. She completed a fellowship at MGH and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 2019. She is now seeing patients in the FTD Unit in Memory Disorders and Comprehensive Neurology at the Massachusetts General Hospital while concurrently conducting post-doctoral research at MIT in Li-Huei Tsai’s laboratory to translate two different non-invasive brain stimulation technologies for the potential treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease into human use. She is currently matriculated in the Harvard Catalyst Clinical and Translational Research Academy at Harvard Medical School.