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Bruno V. Gallo, M.D.

General Information

Bruno V. Gallo, M.D.

Appointments

Call 305-243-4000 or request an appointment online

Contact

  • Fax: 305-243-8108

Specialties

  • Neurology-Psychiatry & Neurology

Languages

English, Spanish, Italian

Roles

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology
  • Director of Intraoperative Neurophysiology

Research Interests

Movement disorders (Parkinson's Disease, Dystonia), Epilepsy, Intraoperative Neurophysiology

Awards

Peritz Scheinberg Clinical Neurology Award

Education

1997 Fellowship
Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami
1996 Residency
Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami - Affiliated Medical Education Program
1991 Internship
Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami - Affiliated Medical Education Program
1985 M.D.
American University of Caribbean
1982 B.S.
University of Miami

Biography

Bruno V. Gallo, MD has returned to the University of Miami as Assistant Professor of Neurology. Prior to this, he spent 5 years in private practice on the West Coast of Florida in Sarasota.  He moved to Sarasota from his native Miami, after completion of his Epilepsy/Neurophysiology fellowship at the University of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital under the mentoring of R. Eugene Ramsay, MD and Cosimo Ajmone-Marsan, MD. His internal medicine and neurology residencies were also completed at UM's Jackson Memorial Hospital.  Dr. Gallo received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami and his medical degree from the British Crown Colony School of Montserrat, University of the Caribbean. He is a Neurology Attending and Consultant at Jackson Memorial Hospital and a recipient of the Peritz Scheinberg Clinical Neurology Award. He completed the Bowman-Gray Mini-Epilepsy Fellowship under the direction of J. Kiffin Penry, MD. He developed a keen interest in movement disorders at the National Parkinson Foundation while working as chief resident. While in private practice, his expertise in deep brain stimulation and movement disorders attracted the University of Miami to recruit him. He is currently Director of Intra-operative monitoring for Jackson Memorial Hospital's operating rooms.  

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