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The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is a professional society of clinicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals interested in the field of Movement Disorders. Renew your membership for 2015 today.
MDS is proud to offer both print and online journals to its members: the Movement Disorders Journal and the new Movement Disorders-Clinical Practice Journal.
The annual International Congress gathers thousands of the field's clinicians, researchers, trainees, and industry supporters to share ideas and encourage interest in the care and research of Movement Disorders.
The MDS educational program offers high-caliber CME and professional development opportunities in Movement Disorders. Browse upcoming workshops and conferences, webcasts, e-learning resources, and more.
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Sleep in Movement Disorders
Alpha-Synuclein: The Gateway to Parkinsonism
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4th Annual MDS-ES Winter School for Young Neurologists
DBS for Movement Disorders
EBM Update on Treatments for Parkinson's Disease
2nd Middle East Camp for Parkinson's, Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation: From Neurodegeneration to Neuroregeneration
Fostering New Directions in Parkinson's Research
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