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Webinar Registration: The Latest Parkinson’s Research and Clinical Trials with Dr. Drew Kern

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Webinar Registration: The Latest Parkinson’s Research and Clinical Trials with Dr. Drew Kern

Clinical studies and the discoveries made as a result of them can profoundly affect quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s. In this webinar on October 16th at 12 pm Pacific, Dr. Kern will address:

  • The different types of clinical studies and phases of clinical trials
  • The benefits and risks of taking part in clinical trials
  • Important information to consider before participating in a clinical trial
  • Where to learn about current clinical trials and how to apply
  • The latest Parkinson’s research and how it may affect you in the future
  • Innovations and advancements in surgical therapies for Parkinson’s
  • Novel diagnostic approaches and treatment options for Parkinson’s
  • And much more

You’ll also have a chance to ask Dr. Kern your questions.

Dr. Drew Kern - Davis Phinney FoundationDr. Drew Kern works in the Movement Disorders Section of the University of Colorado Department of Neurology as an Assistant Professor. He received his BA and MS in Kinesiology at the University of Colorado and his MD at the University of Vermont. He completed his Internal Medicine internship and Neurology residency at the University of Colorado and served as Chief Resident in his final year.

Following residency, Dr. Kern completed a Movement Disorders fellowship at the University of Toronto. In addition to being an Assistant Professor in the Neurology department, he also serves as the Associate Director of Outpatient Services at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. His research interests include Deep Brain Stimulation and alpha-synuclein in Parkinson’s.

To register for this free webinar, click here. If you’re unable to make it at the scheduled time, register anyway and we’ll send you a recording as soon as it’s available.

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