New Website Co-Editors Named

Dear MDS Website Visitors,

Brandon BartonWe are thrilled to join Susan Fox as the new co-editors of the MDS website. 

The MDS website is already well-developed as a formidable resource for our worldwide membership under the direction of our predecessors in this position.  It is our charge to maintain the high level of excellence of content for all levels of membership, spanning from the medical trainee learning about movement disorders for the first time to the experienced practitioner wanting to enhance their knowledge about specific topics. 

Over the Santiago Perez-Lloretcoming months we will be developing a number of initiatives to enhance the website access and content.  In conjunction with our new social media staff liason Rebecca Tripp, we are developing a more active and attractive social media presence, which will be a crucial component of engaging the many new young members of the Society as membership will now be free for students and trainees.  In order to guide both experienced and new members to the vast content of the website, we are creating a series of “roadmaps” for all levels of experience; this will assist all members in becoming familiar with everything the website has to offer, tailored to your level of experience.  

The website will continue to transform into a place for active interaction between members through scientific blogs and integration of social media.  The MDS website will continue to be the most relevant and premiere location for access to all relevant information for movements disorders on the Internet.   We welcome your feedback and suggestions as we continue to enhance the website to best suit the needs of all visitors!

 



 

 

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