A $3.8M NIH grant will help a Cleveland Clinic researcher create a predictive mathematical model for dementia development based on imaging and non-imaging measures.
New funding will expand the LARGE-PD cohort study of Parkinson disease in Latinos to include a genome-wide association study and develop a Latino-specific polygenic risk score for PD.
Only about 10% of candidates for surgical intervention for movement disorders end up undergoing surgery. Our latest podcast discusses new approaches that may increase that percentage.
A new episode of our “Neuro Pathways” podcast explores how key insights into this condition have shifted in recent years and why the changes raise hope for long-elusive treatment progress.
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As demand swells for movement disorder expertise, a special journal issue from the World Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders delivers an essential update for neurologists worldwide.
The Director of our Center for Neurological Restoration explains this designation from the Parkinson’s Foundation, from the application process through the benefits for patient care and research.