Asian and Oceanian Section

 

Welcome from the Chair

 

Beomseok (BJ) Jeon, MD, PhD
Professor
Seoul National University Hospital
Seoul, South Korea



Welcome to the MDS-AOS. The MDS-AOS facilitates communication and knowledge about movement disorders within the Asian and Oceanian region.

In alignment with the 2019-2021 goals of the MDS-AOS Strategic Plan, the AOS seeks to increase MDS membership in the region; diversity within MDS leadership, committees, and faculty. In addition to increasing visibility of the MDS-AOS within MDS as a whole; strategic development of the field of movement disorders in the Middle East; and to increase educational programs in the MDS-AOS. In fulfillment of those goals, MDS-AOS supports local meetings and events through our outreach program, and develops regional education courses on movement disorders in different countries throughout the Asian and Oceanian section. Biannually the MDS-AOS hosts the Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress (AOPMC), with the last congress in Hangzhou 2019 and the next AOPMC in 2021.

Best regards,

Beomseok (BJ) Jeon
Chair, MDS-AOS

Best regards,


Beomseok (BJ) Jeon
Chair, MDS-AOS

 

MDS-AOS Education

AOS_VTGMDS-AOS Visiting Trainee Grant Program
The AOS Visiting Trainee Grant program offers a special opportunity for one resident, fellow, or recent graduate of a program in neurology to receive a grant to travel outside his or her home country for a traineeship in movement disorders. 


AOS_OUTREACHMDS-AOS Outreach Programs
The MDS Outreach Programs are specifically designed to bring movement disorders education to those areas of the world where it is most needed and often least available.
 


MDS_LEAPMDS LEAP
MDS LEAP was established to provide a leadership training program to support the growth, development and success of young movement disorder specialists.

 

 

 

MDS-AOS Leadership

ABOUT_MDS_AOSAbout MDS-AOS
The AOS Visiting Trainee Grant program offers a special opportunity for one resident, fellow, or recent graduate of a program in neurology to receive a grant to travel outside his or her home country for a traineeship in movement disorders. 


MDS_AOS_LEADERSHIPMDS-AOS Leadership
MDS-AOS Officers, Executive Committee, Education Committee

 

 

 

 

MDS-AOS Resources

MDS_JAPANESE_EDMovement Disorders Japanese Edition (日本語版)
This publication is supported by an educational grant from Kyowa Hakko Kirin Co., Ltd. for the purpose of furthering medical education in Japan.



AOPMC_ATTENDEES6th Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress
The Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress (AOPMC) occurs every two years as a forum to further develop the field of Movement Disorders in the region.



AOPMC_ATTENDEESMDS Regional Section Travel Grants and Support Opportunities
Read to learn more about MDS' financial support opportunities for educational programming.

 

 

 

MDS-AOS Affiliate Societies

MDS invites other neurological organizations and groups specializing in Movement Disorders to become an Affiliate Member of the Society to encourage research and enhance the education of physicians across the globe.

All-Russian Society of Neurologists

Alla B. Guekht, MD, PhD
Vice President
Movement Disorders Division of the All-Russian Society of Neurologists
Russian State Medical Center
Prospect Mira 118A, Apt. 46
Moscow, 129164
Russia
Tel: +7095-2874966
Fax: +7902-1888427
E-mail: a.shpak@g23.relcom.ru

Egyptian Network for Neurodegenerative Disorders (ENND)

Abdelhaleem Tantawy, MD, PhD
ENND President
Mansoura University

Mohamed Salama, MD, PhD
ENND Scientific Coordinator
Email: msalama@mans.edu.eg

Ali Shalash, MD
ENND Clinical Coordinator
Email: ali_neuro@yahoo.com
Website: www.enndeg.com

Hong Kong Movement Disorder Society

Yuk-Fai Nelson Cheung, FRCP, MPH, FHKAM
Department of Medicine
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Hong Kong, SAR
E-mail: cyfz02@ha.org.hk
Website: www.hkmds.org.hk

Israeli Movement Interest Group

Prof. Ruth Djaldetti
President
Contact: Oshrat Nadler
Tel: +972 3 697 21 42
Fax: +972 3 697 41 53
Email: oshratn@tlvmc.gov.il

Korean Movement Disorder Society (KMDS)

Yun Joong Kim MD, PhD
President, Korean Movement Disorders Society
Professor, Department of Neurology, College of Medicine, Hallym University, South Korea
Email: yunkim@hallym.ac.kr
Website: http://www.kmds.or.kr

Moroccan Neurological Society Movement Disorders Group

Wafa Regragui, MD, President
Hopital Des Specialities
Service De Neurologie B
BP 6220 Rabat Instituts
Rabat, 10 000
Morocco
E-mail: wafareg@yahoo.fr

Movement Disorders Council of Malaysia

Prof. Lim Shen Yang, Secretary
University of Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC)
Neurology Laboratory, 5th Floor (Main Block)
Kuala Lumpur, 50603
Malaysia
E-mail: limshenyang@ymail.com

Movement Disorder Society of Australia and New Zealand

Barry Snow, MD
Department of Neurology
Auckland Hospital
Private Bag 92024
Auckland, NZ
President, Movement Disorder Society of Australia and New Zealand
Email: bsnow@adhb.govt.nz
Website: www.mdsa.org.au

Movement Disorders Society of India (MDSI)

Pramod Kumar Pal, MBBS, MD, DNB, DM, Secretary
Professor of Neurology
National Institute of Mental Health & Neurosciences (NIMHANS)
Bangalore, India  560029
Email: palpramod@hotmail.com

Movement Disorder Society of Japan

Mr. Nobuhiko Takeda, Executive Assistant
The Association for Supporting Academic Societies
5-3-13-4F Otsuka, Bunkyou-ku
Tokyo 112-0012
Japan
E-Mail: mdsj@asas.or.jp
Website: http://mdsj.umin.jp/index.html

Movement Disorder Society of the Philippines (MDSP)

Raymond L. Rosales, MD, PhD, President
University of Santo Tomas Hospital
Manila, Philippines
E-mail: rrosales@info.com.ph

Movement Disorders Society of Sri Lanka (MDSSL)

Bimsara Senanayake MBBS, MD, FRCP (London), FCCP
Convener, MDSSL
Department of Neurology
Colombo South Teaching Hospital
Colombo 10350
Sri Lanka
E-mail: bimsaras@sltnet.lk

Taiwan Movement Disorder Society

Ruey-Meei Wu, MD, PhD, Standing Supervisor
Department of Neurology
National Taiwan University Hospital
No. 7 Chung-Shan S Road
Taipei 100
Taiwan
Fax: +886 2 23413935
E-mail: robinwu@ntu.edu.tw

 


MDS-AOS Collaborations

The MDS-AOS collaborates with the following entities on various initiatives within the regional section.

Movement Disorder Society of Australia and New Zealand

Website

MDS-Endorsed Biannual Movement Disorder Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference

Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorder Society of India

Website

World Parkinson Day in Mumbai, India

Movement Disorder Society of Japan

Website

7th Congress of MDSJ

Movement Disorder Society of Philippines

History of The Movement Disorder Society of the Philippines 

Parkinson's Disease Society Singapore

Website

World Parkinson's Celebration in Singapore

Taiwan Movement Disorder Society

Website

History of the Taiwan Movement Disorder Society

Thai Parkinson Disease-Movement Disorders Society

History of the Thai Parkinson Disease-Movement Disorders Society

Upcoming MDS-AOS Regional Education Courses

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MDS-AOS Basic and Clinical Science School

August 8-9, 2019
Seoul, South Korea

Treatment for Advanced Parkinson's Disease

August 10, 2019
Seoul, South Korea

Deep Brain Stimulation in Movement Disorders

November 8-10, 2019
Hyderabad, India

SYNERGIES & LEADERSHIP

December 7-8, 2019
Bangkok, Thailand

Contact Us

Stephanie Jensen
MDS-AOS Program Manager
International Secretariat
555 E. Wells St, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone: +1 414 276-2145
Fax: +1 414 276-3349
sjensen@movementdisorders.org

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