John L. Lehr, CEO of the Parkinson’s Foundation, believes that Neil Diamond's public discussion of having Parkinson's will further push use of the Parkinson's Foundation Helpline.
Kalter: Neil Diamond’s diagnosis may shed light on Parkinson’s
The first-ever Moving Day® Louisville, which honored the legacy of Muhammad Ali as part of the “I Am Ali Festival,” raised nearly $60,000 for Parkinson’s research.
A team of neuroscientists and engineers has devised a new method of electrical brain stimulation that will allow people with PD to skip brain surgery while reaching deep brain areas. The Foundation’s national medical director, Michael Okun, M.D., shares expert commentary on the study published yesterday in Cell.
Global Kinetics Corporation and the Parkinson's Foundation announced that the first of more than 400 people with PD has been enrolled in the GKC APPRISE clinical study, which is part of the Foundation’s Parkinson's Outcomes Project. Peter Schmidt, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Mission Officer of the Foundation is quoted.
The lead neurologist at University of Rochester Medical Center, Dr. Ray Dorsey, is hoping to sign up at least 400 more people with PD for the Center of Excellence’s telemedicine program by end of summer. Dr. Dorsey discussed the program at our World Without Parkinson’s scientific symposium on Thursday.
Dr. James Beck, Chief Scientific Officer, weighs in on a recent JAMA Neurology study regarding lifespan for those living with Parkinson’s and related diseases.
InspirFit offers PD programs designed to increase or maintain the physical well-being of participants. The foundation provides a grant to the program.
Parkinson’s Today is among the top blogs for the Parkinson’s community.
National Medical Director Dr. Michael S. Okun speaks about living well with Parkinson’s. He mentions the Parkinson’s Outcomes Project, early warning signs, medical marijuana, educating health professionals about the disease and what people can do to live a better life with PD.
CEO John L. Lehr discussed the Foundation’s work in this TV interview at Moving Day® Twin Cities held last weekend.
The YMCA of Metro Atlanta has been given a $20,000 grant from the Foundation to expand group fitness classes, award scholarships and offer free memberships to people with PD.