Rochester, Minnesota


benarroch@mayo.edu Clinical Profile


The research of Eduardo E. Benarroch, M.D., is focused on alterations of neurochemically defined neuronal groups in the brainstem and hypothalamus that control homeostasis in neurodegenerative disorders, such as multiple system atrophy and Lewy body disorders.

Dr. Benarroch's research is funded by the Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) Coalition.

Focus areas

  • Multiple system atrophy
  • Lewy body disorders
  • Neurochemical pathology

Significance to patient care

Dr. Benarroch's research provides further understanding of the mechanisms of disease and the basis of autonomic, respiratory and sleep symptoms in multiple system atrophy, Parkinson's disease and related disorders in order to provide the rational for development of new treatments.


Primary Appointment

  1. Consultant, Department of Neurology

Academic Rank

  1. Professor of Neurology


  1. Research Fellowship - Clinical Autonomic Physiology Mayo Clinic in Rochester
  2. Resident Neurology, Programs in Rochester, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  3. Resident - Neurology Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  4. Fellow - NIH Fogarty International Fellow in Neurobiology (Donald J. Reis, Director). Cornell University Medical College
  5. D.Sci - Physiology Buenos Aires University Medical College
  6. Fellow - Physiology National Council of Scientific and Technical Research
  7. Research Fellowship - Hypertension Institute of Medical Research
  8. Resident - Internal Medicine Hospital de Clinicas
  9. MD Buenos Aires University Medical College
  10. BS Escuela Cangallo

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