Presidential Perspective

Presidential Perspective

Join in this 14-part webinar series where MDS’s Past Presidents provide you with their perspective on topics that are important to them in the field of movement disorders. Drawing on their expertise as clinicians and leaders within MDS, the Past Presidents will cover a wide range of topics throughout this lecture series.

A new Presidential Perspective webinar will be available every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, excepting the MDS Congress.

Target Audience:
This course is intended for neurologists interested or specializing in Movement Disorders.

This accredited webinar series is provided free of cost to all members and non-members.

All lectures are available for on-demand viewing starting on the dates listed below.

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Available Lectures

The Era of Preclinical Detection Is Upon Us: Will it Change Clinical Practice?

Matthew Stern, MD
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA USA
November 18, 2020

Noticing Abnormal Movements and Listening with Intent: Charcot’s Parrot

Andrew Lees, MD, FRCP, FMedSci
The National Hospital, Queen Square, London WC1, United Kingdom
November 4, 2020

Pearls and Oysters in the Evaluation of Parkinson Disease

Eduardo Tolosa, MD
University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
October 21, 2020

Beyond the “Atypical-atypical” Parkinsonisms

Oscar Gershanik, MD
Hospital Universitario Favaloro Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina
October 7, 2020

Functional Dystonia

Mark Hallett, MD
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD USA
August 19, 2020

Deep Phenotyping as a Driver for Clinical Innovation: Strategies from Charcot to the 21st Century

Christopher G. Goetz, MD
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL USA
August 5, 2020

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Future Lectures

Musings on Disease Modification for Parkinson's Disease

Anthony Lang, OC, MD, FRCPC
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
December 2, 2020

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