Natalia Murinova, MD
Dr. Natalia Murinova is director of the UW Medicine Headache Center and a UW clinical assistant professor of neurology. She is an expert in treating patients with migraines, cluster headaches and chronic headaches.
She also conducts clinical research in headaches and is passionate about educating the new generation of younger physicians, both neurology residents and fellows interested in treating of patients with chronic pain at the University of Washington.
Dr. Murinova earned her M.D. from the University of Comenius, in Czechoslovakia (current Slovakia). She completed training in internal medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan. She first came to the UW as resident in neurology in 2001, and then practiced general neurology in the community. She then returned to the University of Washington for fellowship in headache medicine in 2006, and stayed at the University of Washington in the field of headache medicine.
She completed her master’s degree in health administration from the UW in 2013. She is listed in "The Best Doctors in Seattle” in 2013 and 2015.
She is board certified in neurology and headache medicine. She is also a member of American Academy of Neurology and International Headache Society and American Headache Society.