March/April 2016 Website Edition

Welcome to the March/April 2016 edition of the website!

In this edition, we feature:


New! MDS Young Members GroupMDS Young Members Group: The primary aim of the MDS Young Members Group is to support and expand the network of outstanding young neurologists, basic scientists and other allied health care providers who have an interest in the field of Movement Disorders. Learn more.




Book Review: Touretters: TourettersThis book, “Touretters” written by Chris Mason and Members of the Tourette Syndrome Community, is a helpful resource providing information about patients and relatives ‘perspectives about Tourette Syndrome. It consists of 30 stories written by persons with Tourette syndrome or their parents. The stories are touching and describe the experiences of children and adults living with Tourette syndrome, and their family members who support them. Read more.

 

 

1st Pan American Congress of Movement Disorders and Parkinson's Disease takes place in Miami, FL, USA, February 24-26, 2017.1st Pan American Congress of Movement Disorders and Parkinson's Disease: The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is pleased to introduce the First Pan American Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress. The meeting will be held on February 24-26, 2017 in Miami, Florida, USA.

 

Movement Disorders-Clinical PracticeMovement Disorders-Clinical Practice Vol. 3 Issue 1: As the New Year rings in, we would like to inform our Movement Disorders-Clinical Practice (MD-CP) readership of some changes that the journal will be implementing soon. We are delighted that, due to its incredible success with an increasing number of submissions, the journal will now publish 6 issues annually. Read more.

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