Monthly Archives: April 2017

A Third Sneak Peek at #WorldWithoutPD: Q&A with Patrik Brundin, M.D., Ph.D.

How will we create a world without Parkinson’s? On June 1, the Parkinson’s Foundation is asking scientists to answer this question at our cutting-edge scientific event, “World Without Parkinson’s.” Our team predicts that scientific progress in the next 20 years outpace progress of the last 200 since James Parkinson published, An Essay on the Shaking Palsy. How will we get there? In this blog, the third in our series, Patrik Brundin, M.D., Ph.D., Chair of the World Without Parkinson’s event, and Chair of Parkinson’s Research at the Van Andel Research Institute, weighs in.

Another Sneak Peek at #WorldWithoutPD: Q&A with Dr. David Vaillancourt

How will we create a world without Parkinson’s? On June 1, the Parkinson’s Foundation, is asking scientists to answer this question at our cutting-edge scientific event, “World Without Parkinson’s.” Our team predicts that scientific progress in the next 20 years will outpace progress of the last 200 since James Parkinson published, “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy.” How will we get there? Get a preview from event speaker David Vaillancourt, Ph.D., of the University of Florida, a Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence.

Young Professionals Mark Tenth Anniversary of Celebrate Spring New York

In 2008, three friends gathered together asked, “How can we engage our generation in the fight against Parkinson’s?” In that moment, a signature Parkinson’s Foundation event — Celebrate Spring New York — was born. In its first year, Celebrate Spring New York, was a resounding success. Not only that, it turned out to be an important way of gathering like-minded young professionals who shared a common experience — a loved one who lived with Parkinson’s.