Aleksandar Videnovic, MD, MS

Aleksander Videnovic

Dr. Videnovic is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Division of Sleep medicine at MGH, and Director of the MGH Program on Sleep, Circadian Biology, and Neurodegeneration. As a clinician scientist dually trained in Movement Disorders and Sleep Medicine, he has devoted his research to the interface of sleep, circadian biology, neurodegeneration, and clinical trials in movement disorders. Dr. Videnovic obtained a master’s degree in Clinical Investigation from Rush Medical College. He has extensive experience in clinical trial design and conduct and has been a PI and Co-Investigator on numerous trails, served on Protocol Steering Committees and Data Safety Monitoring Boards.

Dr. Videnovic is a study design lead for the Clinical Coordinating Center. He is also the CCC Liaison to the Pipeline Development, Education, and Recruitment, Retention and Diversity Committees. In this role, he seeks to attract more investigators and proposals to the Network and help develop approaches to increase the diversity of the participants in the NeuroNEXT trials. Dr. Videnovic also teaches the Network PI training course.