MDS-AOS News
June 2011

MDS-AOS Website
Visit the MDS-AOS Website to learn more about all of the activities featured in this issue and read the latest Letter from the Chair, by AOS Chairman
Prof. Bhim Singhal. 


 Keep Active in the Region

3rd Asian and Oceanian Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Congress

25-27 March, 2011 • Taipei, Taiwan

The Asia and Oceanian Section of the Movement Disorder Society (MDS-AOS) and the Taiwan Movement Disorder Society (TMDS) would like to once again extend their gratitude to all the speakers, delegates, supporters, and exhibitors who came to Taipei and made this global gathering a memorable and enjoyable experience.

To learn about this successful event, click here to read the full course report.


MDS Membership

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Consider becoming an MDS Member.

Explore different levels of membership to best suit your needs including Waived Dues, Student, and Health Professional.

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MDS Membership to learn more.

Visiting Professor Program
Learn more.

The most recent Visiting Professor Program was held in Shanghai, China.  Click here to read the course report.

Ambassador Program
Learn more.

The MDS Ambassador Program recently sponsored speakers for the Society of Bangladesh Neurologists Bi-Annual International Neurology Conference held in Dhaka, Bangladesh.  To read more, click here.

The AOS Educational Course Sponsorship Program recently sponsored an AOS Educational Course on Movement Disorders in Guwahati, Assam, India.  Click here to read the course report.

AOS Regional Partners



Continuing our initiative to collect reports on the treatment of Parkinson's disease and movement disorders throughout the region, follow the link to read about World Parkinson Day in Mumbai, India.

World Parkinson Day in Mumbai, India, April 2011

The AOS regional partners in Mumbai, India, share stories about World Parkinson Day 2011 celebrations.

 


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