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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.
MDS is proud to offer both print and online only Scientific Journals to its members: Movement Disorders and Movement Disorders Clinical Practice.
Save the date for the 6th Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress, April 12-14, 2019, Hangzhou.
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Pan American Section
Asian and Oceanian Section
MDS Regional Conferences & Activities
MDS Outreach Education Programs
MDS-AOS Neuroimaging Course
Neuroscience of Movement Disorders
MDS-ES 2nd School for Nurses Involved with Parkinson’s Disease
MDS-AOS Symposium for Young Neurologists and Emerging Researchers Grooming for Interaction and Excellence in Science (SYNERGIES)
Ataxias and Spastic Paraplegias: From Molecular Biology to Bedside and Treatment
MDS-PAS 10th School for Young Neurologists
Movement Disorders in Children and Young Adults
Advanced Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders
Movement Disorders Overview for Practicing Clinicians
1st African School for Young Neurologists
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The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is a professional society of over 7,000 clinicians, scientists and other healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the care of patients with movement disorders through education and research.
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