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        VOLUME 26, ISSUE 2 • June 2022.  Full issue »

MDS Archives Committee Captures Personal Accounts of Advances in the Field of Movement Disorders


Since 2009, the MDS Archives Committee has been conducting video interviews with leaders in our field and the Society. There are currently 78 interviews available in the MDS Video Library, under the education link on the website, and they are also posted on the MDS YouTube channel. The most recent interviewees included Drs. Murat Emre, Glenda Halliday, Beomseok Jeon, Per Odin and Pablo Martinez-Martin.  

These in-depth interviews provide a unique insight into prominent members of MDS exploring their personal and educational backgrounds, careers, and contributions. The Archives committee selected the following members for upcoming interviews:  

  • Prof. Madhuri Behari (India) 
  • Prof. Pramod Pal (India) 
  • Prof. Jonathan Carr (South Africa) 
  • Prof. Njideka Okubadejo (Nigeria) 
  • Dr. Ali Shalash (Egypt) 
  • Prof. Marie Vidailhet (France) 
  • Prof. Claudia Trenkwalder (Germany) 
  • Dr. Henrique Ferraz (Brazil) 
  • Prof. Orlando Barsottini (Brazil) 
  • Dr. Susan Fox (Canada) 

The Committee encourages you to explore this fascinating collection of interviews:

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