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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 and a member of PDF's grants committee, I am excited to announce PDF's funding of $1 million in new research grants. I would also like to say thank you for your continued efforts on behalf of the community.

This past April, alongside some of the world's leading Parkinson's scientists, I reviewed more than 200 applications to PDF's research programs.

I also know from this process that there is no shortage of bright scientists and health care professionals like you who share in PDF's goals to find causes, advance therapies and end Parkinson's.

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

View our new grants below and stay tuned for updates on this research and additional requests for applications throughout the year.

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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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