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MDS-AOS Executive Committee

MDS-AOS Executive Committee

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MDS-AOS Social Media Sub-Committee

Carsten Eggers
Hrishikesh Kumar
Chair
Yih-Ru Wu
Yih-Ru Wu
Co-Chair

Purpose:

The MDS-AOS Social Media Sub-Committee is made up of a diverse roster of champions who help to increase visibility and regional engagement through promotion of MDS-AOS education and activities on various social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WeChat, etc).

Members are responsible for posting and engaging with content in the MDS-AOS Facebook Group, as well as on any other MDS social media channel or personal accounts on platforms utilized in the MDS-AOS region. Members follow best practices as outlined on the MDS social media policy on the MDS website.


The MDS Asian and Ocean Section invites everyone interested in learning more about MDS-AOS activities and meetings, as well as sharing ideas that advance the field of Movement Disorders and related clinical and scientific disciplines relevant to those in the MDS-AOS to join the MDS-AOS Facebook Group.

Join Group

MDS social media accounts can be found here: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, LinkedIn Company Page. To follow events: the hashtag for AOPMC is #AOPMC and regional courses are #MDSAOS.


Task Force Members
Shivam Mittal
Helen Chiang
Chien-Tai Hong
Thien Thien Lim
Jirada Sringean
Mengyue Niu
Woong Woo Lee
Frandy Susatia
Taku Htanao
Han Wang
Bengjun Guo
Cholpon Shambetova

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