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In April, the Movement Disorders Center hosted Beatriz Nielsen, PhD for an Interdisciplinary talk to our faculty and staff. Dr. Nielsen received the Parkinson’s Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship for Basic Scientists.
The Movement disorders neurologist attended the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting in Boston or virtually. This is an opportunity for neurologists to come together and learn from each other. The conference highlights topics such as interesting research and upcoming therapies. Dr. Kern, Dr. Fullard, and Dr. Holden presented at this year’s conference. Our providers also use this as a chance to network with their peers from across the country.
In honor of Administrative Professionals Day, thank you to the amazing administrators in the Movement Disorders group – our research coordinators, our schedulers, our clinic management, our extensive research team, and the academic administrative team. Thank you for all that you do!
Some exciting news about the Anschutz Campus – Garage 2 opened on April 26. The garage is for patient parking and is located outside of the Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion. We hope this makes your experience as a patient more enjoyable; we’ve been waiting for the garage to open for a while.
More details are coming soon about our 10th Annual Parkinosn’s Disease Symposium this fall. We look forward to great speakers and fund door prizes.
We are also excited to announce that we have set a date for our annual Huntington’s Disease Education Day. Mark your calendars for October 7, 2023.
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