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Mike Kim, MD gives an update on new and emerging treatments for Parkinson's disease.
Cyrus Zabetian, MD, gives a lecture on Parkinson's disease and other related disorders.
Dr. Matthew Farrer, discusses Parkinson's disease, etiology, pathogenesis, and pathology from a mendelian genetic perspective.
Dr. Ali Samii, talks about Parkinsonism, and the causes of it.
Dr. Ahmad Shawagfeh gives a brief history of deep brain stimulation in the last century.
Dr. Ignacio Mata, gives a brief update on Parkinson's disease