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WPC Posters from the PDF Team

Most scientific meetings include posters by scientists, which summarize their most recent experiments. The 3rd World Parkinson Congress is unique in that it features posters by advocates with Parkinson’s alongside those by scientists. PDF is proud to report that our team had 13 posters at the WPC! This included posters from seven PDF Research Advocates (one doubled up), three PDF staff members, and two PDF-funded researchers. Yesterday we were able to catch up with a few of them. Here’s a summary:

WPC Roving Reporters: Day One Session Reports

The 3rd World Parkinson Congress includes three days of sessions discussing the latest in Parkinson’s science and care. During day two, PDF reporter and Research Advocate Ronnie Wanetick of Walnut Creek, CA, reported back on two sessions – one covering late stage Parkinson’s and another discussing cognitive symptoms of Parkinson’s.

WPC 2013 Roving Reporters: Day Zero Science

The 3rd World Parkinson Congress includes three days of sessions discussing the latest in Parkinson’s science and care. PDF’s reporters are listening in and reporting back to let you know what they have seen and heard. In particular, PDF Research Advocates Kim and Libbe Erickson of Stillwater, MN, were busy yesterday reporting on three sessions – covering treatments such as levodopa, the search for biomarkers and updates on deep brain stimulation. Here are their reports: