2011 Edward I. Rudman Patient and Caregiver Symposium

This webcast was created from the Edward I. Rudman Parkinson's Disease Patient and Caregiver Symposium: Recent Advances in Parkinson's Disease which took place on October 22, 2011 at The Conference Center at Harvard Medical.

Topics covered the risk factors for Parkinson's disease, gene therapy, new and future treatments, advances in Deep Brain Stimulation, exercise and dance for Parkinson's disease, and creating a center of excellence. This was intended for patients and caregivers.

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Symposium Faculty

Daniel Tarsy, MD
Director, Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Center
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Professor in Neurology
Harvard Medical School

Michael A. Schwarzschild, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Professor in Neurology
Harvard Medical School

David K. Simon, MD, PhD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Associate Professor in Neurology
Harvard Medical School

Ludy C. Shih, MD
Director, Deep Brain Stimulation Program
Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Center
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Instructor in Neurology
Harvard Medical School

Veronique VanderHorst, MD, PhD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Instructor in Neurology
Harvard Medical School

Lissa Kapust, LICSW
Program Services Coordinator
Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Center
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Associate in Neurology (Social Work)
Harvard Medical School

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