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Residency, University of Florida
Residency, University of Virginia
Dr. Abu Libdeh is an assistant professor of neurology at UVA. She is interested in general child neurology with a special focus on pediatric movement disorders, including tremor, tic disorders, Tourette syndrome, dystonias and ataxias.
She was born and raised in Jordan, and graduated medical school there. After finishing her pediatric residency at the University of Florida, she joined UVA in 2014 to train in child neurology, and was the chief resident during her last year of training.
Dr. Abu Libdeh is married with three children, and her husband is a dentist. When not at work, they enjoy getting together with friends and meeting new people.
Clinical Practice: Neurology Services, Pediatric Neurology, Chemodenervation/Botulinum Toxin