BUMC faculty present at the 16th Annual International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders
BUMC Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center faculty presented the following research studies at the 16th Annual International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders in Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Marie Saint-Hilaire, Dr. Anna Hohler, Cathi Thomas, MS, RN, and Terry Ellis, PhD, PT, NCS participated in this Congress.
A comparison of adverse events with monoamine oxidase inhibitors and catechol-o-methyl transferase inhibitors in combination with levodopa for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
R. Zhang, A.D. Hohler, M. Saint-Hillaire
SCA28: A novel gene mutation and clinical presentation in the oldest reported patient.
E.K. Orehek, A.D. Hohler
Feasibility of virtual exercise coach to promote walking in community dwelling persons with Parkinson’s disease
T.D. Ellis, N.K. Latham, T.R. DeAngelis, C.A. Thomas, M. Saint-Hillaire, K.L. Hendrom, T. Bickmore
Visual hallucinations in photographs of visual hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease.
O. Vaou, M. Saint-Hilaire, J. Friedman
The social self-management of Parkinson’s disease in daily life.
L. Tickle-Degnen, C. Thomas, M. Saint-Hilaire, E. Naumova, N. Ambady, T. Ellis, R. Wagenaar
Treatment of orthostatic hypotension in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease or atypical parkinsonism improves motor, balance, and cognitive function.
D.E. Amariei, A.D. Hohler, D.I. Katz, T.J. DePiero, C.L. Hehl, A. Leonard, V. Allen, J. Dentino, M. Gardner, H. Phenix, M. Saint-Hilaire, T. Ellis