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Task Force on Movement Disorders in Asia

Carsten Eggers
Priya Jagota
Roongroj Bhidayasiri
Roongroj Bhidayasiri

MDS Staff Liaison: Annette Schott

Task Force Purpose
The Task Force on Movement Disorders in Asia (MDS-AOS) was developed to help the MDS-AOS identify movement disorders in Asia that are unique, need special consideration or are under studied.

Task Force Goals

  1. Identify movement disorders in Asia that are unique, need special consideration, or are under-studied.
  2. Identify strategies to address Asia’s unique movement disorders needs and work to fulfill those needs
  3. Research is the primary focus of the task force, unless assigned an educational program by the AOS Education Committee

Beomseok (BJ) Jeon
Shen-Yang Lim
Pramod Kumar Pal
Yoshikazu Ugawa

Task Force Members
Zakiyah Aldaajani
Cid Diesta
Shinsuke Fujioka
Norlinah Ibrahim
Prashanth Kukkle
Jee-Young Lee
Chin-Hsien Lin
Onanong Phokaewvarangkul
Cholpon Shambetova
Huifang Shang


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