Deadline for Late-Breaking Research Abstracts
Jan
31
12:00 AM00:00

Deadline for Late-Breaking Research Abstracts

All abstracts selected for poster display must be presented by the original author(s). All submissions must be original research. Previously published papers may not be submitted. Abstracts that have been presented at other meetings may be submitted if they have not been published and if the meeting name and date are cited accordingly. By submitting an abstract, you affirm that it is your own work individually, or of the group. Authors will be asked to disclose relationships with funding sources and manufacturers of commercial products discussed in the presentation.

Authors whose data from research analyses not available until after the regular abstract deadline are invited to submit an abstract. The abstract should represent original work not previously published and should be of scientific or public interest. The Symposium Committee will accept a limited number of abstracts for platform or poster presentation as late breaking research.

There is no registration fee for attending the Symposium. An award will be given to the two best Movement Disorders abstracts presented either in platform or poster format. Late breaking research abstracts must be submitted by Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 8:00 pm ET.

Click here for the Call for Abstracts.

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32nd Annual Symposium on the Etiology, Pathogenesis, and Treatment of Parkinson Disease and Other Movement Disorders
Apr
5
to Apr 7

32nd Annual Symposium on the Etiology, Pathogenesis, and Treatment of Parkinson Disease and Other Movement Disorders

  • Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Theme: Advancing Clinical Trials in PD and Neurodegenerative Disorders: Focus on Gene-Based Therapies

Presented by the Parkinson Study Group in collaboration with the Huntington Study Group, Dystonia Study Group, Tourette Syndrome Study Group, Cooperative Ataxia Group and Tremor Research Group.

View a draft of the Symposium Program.

Click here to download the Call for Abstracts.

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The Krembil Knowledge Gaps in Parkinson’s Disease Symposium
Apr
24
to Apr 26

The Krembil Knowledge Gaps in Parkinson’s Disease Symposium

  • Marriott Dowtown at Toronto Eaton Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Linking Pathogenesis with Disease Modification: Revision vs Reconstruction


Challenge: How can disease modification in Parkinson’s disease become a reality in the near future? If Parkinson’s disease is not a single, homogeneous disorder, can advances in biomarkers and disease modification be revised to concentrate on commonalities of pathogenic mechanisms in large populations OR do they need to be reconstructed for application to smaller subgroups of patients, distinguished by well-defined molecular characteristics? 

Steering Committee: Anthony E. Lang, Alfonso Fasano, Francesca Morgante, Alberto J. Espay, Andres M. Lozano, Lorraine Kalia, & Antonio Strafella

For more information and to register for the event, click here.

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d.Health Summit: Pre-Summit Event
Jun
10
11:00 AM11:00

d.Health Summit: Pre-Summit Event

This year’s pre-Summit kick-off, "Transforming the Way We Care" will take place on June 10 at Kendall Square in Cambridge. This special event will focus on identifying key opportunities for the digital health industry to support the unique challenges of informal caregivers. Get to know fellow d.health attendees, hear from experts and workshop your ideas in a collegial setting prior to the main conference. SEATING IS LIMITED

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d.Health Summit: Aging Americans
Jun
11
8:00 AM08:00

d.Health Summit: Aging Americans

Join us for d.health Summit, a day-long executive conference that aims to highlight bold thought leadership and inspire cross-disciplinary collaboration to disrupt aging innovation. The program will underscore novel ideas, partnerships, and perspectives that are driving change in healthcare, especially as they relate to social determinants of health. Experience high-touch networking, expert presentations, dynamic panels and a technology showcase in an intimate setting with fellow thought leaders.

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Submission Deadline: PSG Mentored Clinical Research Award
Jan
18
12:00 AM00:00

Submission Deadline: PSG Mentored Clinical Research Award

The PSG MCRA is for new investigators in patient-oriented research in Parkinson’s disease and related disorders.

The Mentored Clinical Research Award (MCRA) for new investigators is funded by a grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation (PF) to the Parkinson Study Group (PSG). The PF collaborates with the PSG to encourage the professional and scientific development of young investigators on their path to independence. To this end, this grant supports a new investigator for a one year project in patient oriented research in Parkinson disease (PD) or other parkinsonian disorders. The new investigator works under the mentorship of an experienced investigator. Training should enhance the junior clinical research skills. The research plan should address unmet needs of people living with PD, have the potential for broad application among the PD community, and lead to advances in clinically relevant treatment options. 

Request for Proposals (click here to download the RFP)

Award available: $50,000
Submission deadline: January 18, 2019
Applicants are notified on: March 18, 2019

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EXTENDED: Deadline for Receipt of Regular Research Abstracts
Jan
15
12:00 AM00:00

EXTENDED: Deadline for Receipt of Regular Research Abstracts

All abstracts selected for poster display must be presented by the original author(s). All submissions must be original research. Previously published papers may not be submitted. Abstracts that have been presented at other meetings may be submitted if they have not been published and if the meeting name and date are cited accordingly. By submitting an abstract, you affirm that it is your own work individually, or of the group. Authors will be asked to disclose relationships with funding sources and manufacturers of commercial products discussed in the presentation.

There is no registration fee for attending the Symposium. An award will be given to the two best Movement Disorders abstracts presented either in platform or poster format. Deadline to submit regular abstracts has been extended until Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 8:00 pm ET.

Click here for the Call for Abstracts Form.

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Submission Deadline: PSG Retrospective Datamining and Planning Projects
Dec
3
12:00 AM00:00

Submission Deadline: PSG Retrospective Datamining and Planning Projects

The Parkinson Study Group (PSG) has funding available for investigators seeking initial support for Parkinson’s disease research. Candidates propose a hypothesis driven, one year research plan for a retrospective data-mining research project in Parkinson's disease using PSG databases. Funds have been provided by the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation to the PSG to support retrospective data-mining projects.

Please note: The PSG may have funding to cover 12-month datamining or planning projects. Funds have been provided by the Parkinson’s Foundation. More details can be found on the RFP (click here to download).

Submission deadline: December 3, 2018
Applicants are notified on: February 1, 2019

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