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Moving Along publishes Early View articles in advance of publication. 

Early view articles of the MDS newsletter Moving Along will be posted to the MDS Twitter account periodically. Follow @movedisorder to see the latest updates and join the conversation by using the hashtag #MDSMovingAlong.
 


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MDS Africa LEAP: Interviews with Biniyam Alemayehu Ayele and Oluwadamilola Ojo

– Margherita Fabbri, a member of the Moving Along Editorial Board, reached out to the participants from the 2019 MDS LEAP class to learn more about how the program has impacted their careers and contributions to the African region.

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  • 2020 Issue 1
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Functional Movement Disorders – Renewed Interest in Our Field’s Last Frontier

– Kathrin LaFaver, MD, and Alberto Espay, MD, Co-Chairs of the MDS Functional Movement Disorders Study Group

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  • 2020 Issue 1

Towards a Prescription for Exercise for Persons Living with Parkinson’s Disease

– Nicolien van der Kolk, MD, Department of Neurology, Raboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands

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  • 2020 Issue 1

MDS Rare Movement Disorders Study Group - Global Genetic Testing Survey: Exploring the Unmet Needs

– Emilia Gatto, MD, FAAN, Chairman, Department of Neurology, Sanatorio Trinidad Mitre, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Chair, MDS Rare Movement Disorders Study Group

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  • 2019 Issue 2

Deep Brain Stimulation in Patients with Mutations in Parkinson’s Disease-Related Genes

Rubens Gisbert Cury, MD, PhD and Lais Machado de Oliveira, MD; Movement Disorders Center, Department of Neurology, University of São Paulo, Brazil

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  • 2019 Issue 2

An Interview with Claudia Trenkwalder: The New MDS President

– Bettina Balint, a member of the Moving Along Editorial Board, sat down with MDS President Claudia Trenkwalder at the 2019 MDS International Congress in Nice, France. In this interview, Prof. Trenkwalder discusses her vision for the Society, particularly for young members and female members, as well as current and future challenges in the field.

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  • 2019 Issue 2

Adapting Technologies for Parkinson’s Disease – Not The Other Way Around

– Alberto J. Espay, MD, MSc, James J. and Joan A. Gardner Family Center for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA; Chair, MDS Task Force on Technology – Walter Maetzler, MD, Department of Neurology, Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel, Germany; Co-Chair, MDS Task Force on Technology

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  • 2019 Issue 1

Neurodegeneration in Idiopathic REM Sleep Behavior Disorder: Nailing Down the Numbers

– Ron Postuma, MD, MSc, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, QC, Canada

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  • 2019 Issue 1

Health Professional (Non-Physician) Special Interest Group: A Conversation About Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease

– Victor McConvey, RN, MACN, Nurse Consultant, Parkinson’s Victoria, Australia; Chair, MDS Health Professional (Non-Physician) Special Interest Group

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  • 2019 Issue 1

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