MDS-AOS Neuroimaging Course
- Simon J.G. Lewis, MBBCH, MD - Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Sydney, Australia
- Antonio P. Strafella, MD, PhD, FRCPC - Professor, University of Toronto and Toronto Western Hospital, ON, Canada
- Beomseok Jeon, MD, PhD - Professor, Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul, Korea
- Vincent C.T. Mok, MD - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
This course has been conceived in light of the work being conducted by the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society, Neuroimaging Study Group, chaired by Antonio Strafella. This course will provide an opportunity for scientists and clinicians to be upskilled on the latest advances in the field of Neuroimaging across multi-modal techniques. Additionally, the course will be conducted as a series of lectures with opportunities both during this meeting and also at the subsequent MDS International Congress for cross-fertilization and collaboration.
The intended audience for this course is neurologists and other physicians managing Parkinson’s disease and related conditions. Basic scientists across neurodegeneration, imaging, physics, engineering, and radiochemistry.
- Identify the role of imaging in clinical practice
- Explain the limitations underlying current research techniques
- Describe the way in which imaging modalities may be complementary
- Predict the direction of future research
Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital
2 Village Rd, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
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