Dr. Samuel Frank, Associate Professor of Neurology and Movement Disorder Specialist at BUMC, will present Movement Disorders – What are They? on Friday, September 13, 2013 at the YMCA Cape Cod in West Barnstable, MA. Seating begins at 10:30am and the program will run from 11:00am to 12:30pm. This presentation is the third session of the Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod 2013 Educational Series.
The 27th Annual APDA Massachusetts Parkinson Walkathon will begin on Sunday, June 9th at 12:00 noon at Reebok International Headquarters in Canton, MA. For details, visit the Walkathon homepage to join the walk, create a team, or make a contribution. Last year’s Walkathon raised over $135,000 for Parkinson’s research.
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Dr. Richard H. Myers to present at 18th Annual “Alan Tarin” Winchester Parkinson Symposium on June 6th
On Thursday, June 6th from 10:00am to noon, Richard H. Myers, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, will present Advances in Genetic Research in Parkinson’s Disease.
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The Parkinson’s Disease Family Caregiver Evening will take place on Thursday, May 23, 2013 at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital. Faculty from Boston University, Boston Medical Center, and other organizations will provide current information and resources to assist in providing care to family members or friends.
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The Good Start Program is a two part series presented by a team of Parkinson’s disease specialists from Boston University and Boston University Medical Center. This program is designed for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s in the last two years and their families. Participants will receive up-to-date information on diagnosis, treatment, and resources.
There is no cost for participation in this program, however registration is required. For more information, click here to see the program brochure. To register, contact 800-651-8466 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest issue of Boston Medical Center’s Inspire magazine includes two wonderful articles on movement disorder patients giving back to BMC. Click here to view Inspire.
Boston University Medical Center’s Marie Saint-Hilaire, MD provided an interview on the historical Jumping Frenchmen of Maine on NPR. To listen to the interview, please click here.
Boston University Medical Center’s Samuel Frank, MD will be part of an educational series for physicians and primary care providers. This series is sponsored by the Huntington’s Disease Society of American (HDSA) and the Worldwide Education and Awareness for Movement Disorders (WE MOVE). To learn more about the course, please click here.
The American Parkinson Disease Association Information & Referral Center at Boston University Medical Center presents the New England Regional Biennial Parkinson’s Conference. This two-day Conference will take place in Sturbridge, Massachusetts on November 4 & 5, 2012.
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Movement Disorder Center Social Worker Allyson Gormley, LICSW was selected by the Huntington’s Disease Society of American to receive a grant. This was provided by Lundbeck to attend the HDSA Professional Training Day specifically designed for social workers. The Professional Training Day was one part of the HDSA Annual Convention. Allyson met with other social workers from around the country. The day provided opportunity to address the specific support needs of individuals and families living with Huntington’s disease. Here at Boston University Medical Campus/Boston Medical Center, Allyson coordinates the Huntington’s Disease Clinic. Dr. Samuel Frank, the Huntington’s Disease Clinic Medical Director, also attended this convention and presented Clinical Trials Diplomat Training.