Lee I. Kubersky, M.D.



  • M.D. Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, NJ 2000-2004
  • B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Emory University 1996-2000
  • Patient Oriented Research Training Program, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 2008-2009

Medical Training:

  • Fellowship in Movement Disorders, Parkinsons Disease Research, Education, and Clinical Center (PADRECC) at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center 2008-2010
  • Internship in Internal Medicine, University of Virginia Health System 2004-2005
  • Residency in Adult Neurology, University of Virginia Health Systems 2007-2008
  • Neurology Co-Chief Resident, University of Virginia 2005-2007
Professional Memberships
American Academy of Neurology,

Movement Disorder Society,

Pennsylvania Neurological Society

Board Certifications
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology 2008
Board Certified and Licensed in Pennsylvania, Dr. Kubersky’s continued research and teaching activities enhance his Neurology practice.


While Dr. Kubersky’s educational background, medical training, and licensure took place in the U.S., he also has international clinical experience in Hospitals in Kenya and Australia. He is trained to perform botulinum toxin injections and manage patients with deep brain stimulation (DBS).


Dr. Kubersky has contributed written works to research publications and books, and has lectured on numerous neurological topics at the University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia VAMC. He specializes in all movement disorders including Parkinsons Disease, Essential Tremor, dystonia, and Huntingtons Disease.

Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) – RWJMS 2004

Naegendran International Scholars Program – RWJMS 2004

Phi Delta Epsilon – Pre-Medical Honor Society – Emory University 1998

Stanley S. Bergen Jr. MD Medal of Academic Excellence UMDNJ-RWJMS 2004

Mortar Board – Emory University 1999

Emory University Dean’s List 1997-1999

John L. Gaines MD Award for Academic Excellence in Ob/Gyn UMDNJ-RWJMS 2004

Nu Rho Psi – Neuroscience Honor Society – Emory University 1999

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