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PDF and Partners Bring Leading Scientists to You

Responding to continuing demand from people with Parkinsonís and their families for up-to-date research information, the Parkinsonís Disease Foundation (PDF), announces a series of four educational symposia and webcasts entitled Parkinsonís Science: Innovations and New Perspectives.

The series will allow people with Parkinsonís, their families, support groups and healthcare professionals nationwide to receive scientific updates directly from leading national and local Parkinsonís authorities Ė both in person and via the web.

Please see below for the full listing of events, which PDF is proud to launch in conjunction with four leading regional Parkinsonís organizations: the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas, the Michigan Parkinson Foundation, the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation, and the Houston Area Parkinson Society.

How Can You Participate in or View this Event?

Registration is now open for the second symposium in Lansing, MI. Please click here to learn more about the program.

For more information on the series or the webcast, please contact PDF at (800) 457-6676 or email webcast@pdf.org.

Four Symposia and Webcasts: Dates and Times

Friday, May 9, 2008 Ė Charlotte, NC Ė Jointly with the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas (archived webcast is now available).

Friday, July 18, 2008 Ė Lansing, MI Ė Jointly with the Michigan Parkinson Foundation

Saturday, October 11, 2008 Ė Spokane, WA Ė Jointly with the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation

April 2009 Ė Houston, TX Ė Jointly with the Houston Area Parkinson Society

The content and management of these symposia and webcasts are under the exclusive direction of the Parkinsonís Disease Foundation, the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas, the Michigan Parkinson Foundation, the Northwest Parkinsonís Foundation and the Houston Area Parkinson Society and are made possible by a generous unrestricted grant from UCB, Inc.

Source Date: Mar 06 2008