Matthew D. Troyer, a 1986 graduate, is a neurologist in San Francisco, where he conducts neurology research in the laboratory of Dr. Robert H. Edwards. Troyer also sees patients in the neurology clinic of the University of California, San Francisco, and maintains specialized clinical activities in the area of Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. After his graduation summa cum laude from Illinois Wesleyan with a double major in biology and philosophy, Troyer studied courses in "Philosophy of Mind" at Kings College, University of London, prior to enrolling at Stanford University Medical School in 1987. In 1993 Troyer began residency training at Harvard University-Longwood area. In addition to working at four hospitals, he was chosen as chief resident for the neurology program, which called for addition teaching, administrative duties, and supervision of the training program. In 1996, Troyer was awarded the Warren-Whitman-Richardson Fellowship, a privatelyendowed fellowship administered by Harvard Medical School. The fellowship enabled him to pursue subspecialty training in the area of Parkinson's disease and movement disorders at the Institute of Neurology at London's Queen Square, one of the world's premiere centers for neurological care and research for more than. 100 years. At Illinois Wesleyan, Troyer was president of the Sigma Pi fraternity, participated in undergraduate research, and participated in the wind ensemble, concert band, and orchestra. Troyer and his wife, Keiko Hayashi, reside in San Francisco.