Sleep and Parkinson’s

Tuesday, June 13, 2017
01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
EDT

Do you have trouble falling asleep? It turns out that sleep problems are common in Parkinson’s, but the good news is that there are strategies people with PD can use to cope with its effects. Learn more by joining a one-hour PDF online seminar led by Aleksandar Videnovic, M.D., M.Sc., Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.

Faculty: 
Aleksandar Videnovic , M.D., M.Sc. , Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital

 

Dr. Videnovic's clinical activities include diagnosing and treating Parkinson’s and sleep issues related to PD. His research focuses on the relationship of sleep, circadian biology and Parkinson's. In 2007, he was the first recipient of a three-year PDF/American Brain Foundation (ABF) Clinician-Scientist Award to study circadian rhythms and PD. His study was published in 2014 and is summarized here.

Dr. Videnovic received his medical degree from the University of Belgrade School of Medicine. He completed his Neurology residency at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, followed by fellowships in Movement disorders at Rush University and Sleep medicine at Northwestern University. Dr. Videnovic also holds a masters in clinical research.

Questions? CEUs?

If you have questions about how to join this PD ExpertBriefing, by phone or online, please see our PD ExpertBriefing FAQ.

Are you a health care professional seeking continuing education units? CEUs are provided via PDF’s sponsorship of the American Society on Aging. When registering for this PD ExpertBriefing, please be sure to indicate interest in CEUs. Health professionals have 30 days in which to view the live or recorded seminar and apply for CEUs. It may take an additional 30 days to process CEUs.

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Browse our library of past seminars and watch them at any time to learn more about nutrition, the PD pipeline and other topics.

This series has been made possible by educational grants from AbbVie, Inc., ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Lundbeck LLC.

It is designed in collaboration with Dallas Area Parkinsonism Society (DAPS); Houston Area Parkinson Society (HAPS); Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF); the Neuro Challenge Foundation (NCF); Parkinson Association of the Carolinas (PAC); Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR); Parkinson's Association (PA) and Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana (PSCKY).