MDS-AOS News
October 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 Chair Prof. Ruey-Meei Wu. 





 Keep Active in the Region

AOS New Leadership

Executive Committee
Chair - Ruey-Meei Wu, Taiwan   
Chair-Elect - Louis Tan, Singapore
Secretary - Victor Fung, Australia                          Secretary-Elect - Roongroj Bhidayasiri, Thailand       
Treasurer - Eng-King Tan, Singapore                       Treasurer-Elect - Yoshikazu Ugawa, Japan              
Past-Chair - Bhim Singhal, India                         
Beom S. Jeon, Korea
Asha Kishore, India
Minh Le, Vietnam
Shen-Yang Lim, Malaysia
Apichart Pisarnpong, Thailand
Raymond Rosales, Philippines
Barry J. Snow, New Zealand
Ryosuke Takahashi, Japan
Jonas Hon Ming Yeung, Hong Kong
Zhen Xin Zhang, China

Education Committee
Co-Chair - Madhuri Behari, India
Co-Chair - Ryosuke Takahashi, Japan
Roongroj Bhidayasiri, Thailand
Saeed Bohlenga, Saudi Arabia
Shu-Leong Ho, Hong Kong
Roland Dominic G. Jamora, Philippines
Kwang-Soo Lee, Korea
John Daniel O'Sullivan, Australia
HuiFang Shang, China
Yih-Ru Wu, Taiwan


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Visiting Professor Program
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VPP Sri Lanka
December 3-4, 2011

Ambassador Program
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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 the 5th Annual Meeting of the Movement Disorders Society of Japan.

5th Annual Meeting of the Movement Disorder Society of Japan


The AOS regional partners in Tokyo, Japan share stories about their 5th Annual Meeting held on October 6-8, 2011.

 


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