MDS-AOS: How clinical physiology and non-invasive brain stimulation help diagnosis and treatment for Parkinson’s disease?

How clinical physiology and non-invasive brain stimulation help diagnosis and treatment for Parkinson’s disease?

Lectures and associated resources available August 15, 2020
Live Q&A session August 22, 2020 6:00 GMT

 

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Course Director

Ying-Zu Huang, MD, PhD

Faculty
Pattamon Panyakaew, MD Chualongkorn Centre of Excellence for Parkinson's Disease & Related Disorders, Chulalongkorn University Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand
Giacomo Koch, MD, PhD Non Invasive Brain Stimulation Unit/Department of Behavioral and Clinical Neurology, Santa Lucia Foundation IRCCS, Rome/ Italy
Masashi Hamada, MD, PhD Department of Neurology, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Ying-Zu Huang, MD, PhD Department of Neurology and Medical School, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and Chang Gung University, Taoyuan Taiwan
Course Description

Techniques of clinical neurophysiology are helpful for characterizing various movement disorders, consequently guiding etiological research and therapy. However, not many neurologists are familiar with this special filed. 

This online webinar course consists of up-to-date knowledge and recent developments in the diagnosis, pathophysiology, current treatment of noninvasive brain stimulation and future treatment for Parkinson’s disease (PD) and related disorders.

The main theme of the course is to inspire the enthusiasm of young clinicians and scientists with interest in the advances of neurophysiology research in PD and related movement disorders; and to promote collaborations between young generations to generate research ideas that will facilitate the progress of research in the field focusing on electrophysiology of movement disorders.

Invited speakers are distinguished specialists on their scientific topic. The participants will receive insights and information to update the knowledge and help them develop their own study ideas. 

All course materials and lectures will be available for “on-demand” viewing starting on August 15, 2020.

Interactive Components

Interactive Question and Answer session with lecturers. Registered participants will have an opportunity to submit questions to the faculty panel regarding their inquiries on the topic.

Target Audience

Neurologists, Neurophysiologists, Rehabilitation Physicians, Residents and Students.

Learning Objectives 
  1. To know how to perform electrophysiology study as a diagnosis tool in movement disorders. 
  2. To understand the pathophysiology of PD using techniques of clinical neurophysiology, including TMS. 
  3. To provide up-to-date evidence of therapeutic effectiveness of non-invasive brain stimulation for PD.
  4. To update the development and prospection of focus ultrasound on PD treatment.
Program
Lecture Title Faculty Member Duration of Lecture
Clinical electrophysiology as assistant technique for diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and related movement disorders Pattamon Panyakaew, MD 30 minutes
Assessing pathophysiology and management of motor complications of Parkinson’s disease with TMS Giacomo Koch, MD, PhD 30 minutes
Therapeutic effects of non-invasive brain stimulation on Parkinson’s disease Masashi Hamada, MD, PhD 30 minutes
Is focus ultrasound the future for the management of Parkinson’s disease? Ying-Zu Huang, MD, PhD 30 minutes

 

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Course Begins: August 15, 2020

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