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International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society


Central American and Caribbean Working Group

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Membership is open to any MDS Member with an active interest in movement disorders in Central America and the Caribbean. To join, email


The Central American and Caribbean Working Group (CACWG) is a forum to discuss movement disorder topics of interest in Central America and the Caribbean and to direct education and membership recruitment efforts when assigned by the MDS-PAS Leadership.

The group is open to all MDS members, focusing on those who reside in Central America and the Caribbean, with an interest in building education and membership capacity in the area. 

Central American and Caribbean Countries

Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Aruba, but other countries of Central America and the Caribbean are welcome to join the CACWG.

One of many successful educational activities organized by the Caribbean and Central American Working Group.


Ernesto Arturo Cornejo Valse

Roberto Weiser

Steering Committee
Ernesto Arturo Cornejo-Valse  
Roberto Weiser  
Ricardo López Contreras  
William Arias Sifontes  
Harlis Josue Estrada Pastrana  
Sergio Chang Melendez 

Walter Samuel Díaz Neira  
Norbel Román Garita  
Fernándo Grace  
Marcia Castillo  
Giosmany Bringas  
Carmen Serrano  

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