Pille Taba

Professor Pille Taba is a Head of Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery and Head of Institute of Clinical Medicine of the University of Tartu, President of the Estonian Society of Neurologists and Neurosurgeons, and Head of the Neurology Commission for the Ministry of Social Affairs. She serves as a Chair of the European Section and a member of the International Executive Committee of the International Movement Disorders Society, a Co-Chair of the Panel on Movement Disorders of the European Academy of Neurology, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group of Neurology of the European Medicines Agency.

Pille Taba was graduated from the University of Tartu, Estonia, and received her postgraduate medical training at the University of Vienna, the University College London, the Karlstad University Hospital, and the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology. Her research interests have been focused on movement disorders including variable aspects of Parkinson’s disease, toxic parkinsonism, and infections of the central nervous system. She has broad research contacts, among them collaboration with the University College London, University of Helsinki, and Uppsala University. Pille Taba has been an invited speaker at many international congresses and educational courses.