Parkinson Disease Research Update

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Please note that presentations will begin at 3:45 even though the registration page notes a 3:30 start time.

In honor of Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month, please join the University of Colorado Movement Disorders Center (MDC) for a virtual update on the incredible research going on at our center.

The faculty of the MDC will present clinical trials and investigator-initiated research that is happening now to improve current therapies, find the next therapy, and find out more about the disease in hopes of finding a cure.

This event is intended for patients, care partners, and families, but providers and anyone interested in learning more are welcome to attend.

Agenda
Wednesday, April 13, 2022

3:45-3:50 | Welcome and Introductions
3:50-4:15 | Parkinson's Disease Clinical Trial Update, Michelle Fullard, MD, MSCE*
4:15-4:20 | Clinical Trial Q&A
4:20-4:45 | Advanced Therapies for Parkinson's Disease Trials, John Thompson, PhD**
4:45-4:50 | Advanced Therapies Trial Q&A
4:50-5:05 | Study Close Up: Sleep in DBS, Alex Baumgartner, MD*
5:05-5:15 | Additional Q&A

* Movement Disorders Specialist, Department of Neurology, University of Colorado School of Medicine
**Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine

This agenda is tentative and subject to change.

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