Diane is a neurologist who sees patients with memory and movement disorders in the Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. She has a background in basic neuroscience research and is now leading the clinical studies at MIT translating work that is done in neurodegenerative disease mouse models to be used as therapeutics in humans. She earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology at Cornell University in 2003 and a MD PhD in experimental therapeutics from Boston University in 2013. She completed neurology residency at Yale New Haven Hospital and fellowship in movement disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 2019. She is currently matriculated in the Harvard Catalyst Clinical and Translational Research Academy at Harvard Medical School.