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Department of Neurology

Department of Neurology

Faculty | Professors


Alzheimer's disease and dementia 

Parkinson's disease, movement disorders 




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Michael Remler, M.D.

Specialty: Neurology

UC Davis Alzheimer’s Center/VA Center
150 Muir Rd.
Martinez, CA 95758
(925) 372-2059

Clinical & Research Interests

Michael Remler is a professor of neurology.


Tufts University School of Medicine
Boston, Massachusetts
M.D. 1965


Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Boston, Massachusetts
B.S. 1961



Kings County Hospital
SUNY Brooklyn, New York



Boston City Hospitals, Tufts University School of Medicine
Boston, Massachusetts


Stanford University Medical Center
Palo Alto, California

Board Certifications

American Board of Neurology, 1966

Select Recent Publications

Select Recent Publications: Bloem, B.R., Beckley, D.J., Remler, M.P., Roos, R.A.C., and van Dijk, J.G. Postural reflexes in Parkinson's disease during resist and yield task. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 129:109-119.


Bloem, B.R., Beckley, D.J., vanDijk, J.G., Remler, M.P., and Roos, R.A.C.: Stretch reflexes in Parkinson's disease 1995; Acta Neuro. Scand. 91:76-78.


Beckley, D.J., Panzer, V.P., Remler, M.P., Ilog, L.B., and Bloem, B.R. Clinical correlates of motor performance during paced postural task in Parkinson's disease. J. Neuro. Sci. 132:133-138.


Bloem, B.R., Beckley, D.J., van Vugt, J.P.P., van Dijk, J.G., Remler, M.P., Langston, J.W., and Roos, R.A.C. Long latency postural reflexes are under supraspinal dopaminergic control. Mov. Disord. 10:580-588.


Beckley, D.J., Bloem, B.R., and Remler, M.P. Impaired scaling of long latency postural reflexes in patients with Parkinson's disease. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 89:22-28.


Bloem, B.R., van Dijk J.G., Beckley, D.J., Zwinderman, A.H., Remler, M.P., and Roos, R.A.C. Correction for the influence of background muscle activity on short and medium latency stretch reflexes in normal man. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 46:167-174.


Bloem, B.R., Beckley, D.J., Remler, M.P., van Dijk, J.G., Roos, R.A.C., Zwinderman, A.H., Tetrud, J.W., and Langston, J.W. Are medium and long latency stretch reflexes a screening tool for early Parkinson's disease? Journal of the Neurological Sciences 113(1):38-42.


Bloem, B.R., van Dijk, J.G., Beckley, D.J., Remler, M.P., Roos, R.A.C., and Bruyn, G.W. Altered postural reflexes in Parkinson's Disease: A reverse hypothesis. Medical Hypothesis 39:243-247.


Beckley, D.J., Bloem, B.R., Remler, M.P., Roos, R.A.C., and van Dijk, J.G. Long latency postural responses are functionally modified by cognitive set. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 81:353-358.


Beckley, D.J., Bloem, B.R., Singh, J., Remler, M.P., Wolfe N., Tetrud J., Langston W. Postural reflexes in patients on chronic neuroleptic medication. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 93(2)::119-122.