David Watson, MDHealth Professional
David Watson, M.D., is a UCNS certified migraine and headache specialist and director of the West Virginia University Headache Center. "Dr. Dave" is also very active in the migraine community, taking part in and leading advocacy efforts to benefit the entire community. He is the founder and chairman of the board of Runnin' for Research and a regular participant in the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy's "Headache on the Hill" event. You can follow Dr. Watson on Twitter.
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