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PPAC Fred Woodlief

 

Fred Woodlief, D.D.S.
Vice Chair, PDF People with Parkinson's Advisory Council
PDF Research Advocate
Member, PDF Grants Review Committee

 

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From Fred: Research to Improve Our Lives

As a person who lives with Parkinson's, I'm thrilled that PDF has announced $1 million for 14 research grants. As a member of the grants committee, I am asking for your help - we need your support to continue funding daring scientific ideas.

Alongside some of the world's best scientists, I evaluated more than 200 applications to PDF's research programs.

I'm excited about the projects we're supporting. I know for a fact that PDF listened to my urgency and yours - it is funding science on both its merit and its likelihood to improve our lives.

There is no shortage of bright scientists who share in PDF's goals to find causes, advance therapies and end Parkinson's. The brainpower and enthusiasm are ready and waiting.

The only element in short supply is funding.

PDF wants to ensure that no daring idea goes unexplored. But we need your help. You previously supported our work and I hope you will consider doing so again this year.

You can help us keep PD research going by making a gift today.

As always, thank you for your generous support.

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Fred Woodlief, D.D.S.
Vice Chair, PDF People with Parkinson's Advisory Council
PDF Research Advocate
Member, PDF Grants Review Committee


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