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Parkinson's Disease: Hope Through Research

(01:21:48) On Thursday, October 20th, leading experts from the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and the American Parkinson Disease Association discussed cutting edge advances in Parkinson's disease research and provided perspective on what the future holds for Parkinson's patients and their families.

Speakers:

Roberta Sydney SM '88: Chair, Friends of the McGovern Institute
Ann Graybiel, PhD: Investigator, McGovern Institute
Marie Saint-Hilaire, MD, FRCPC: Director, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center and the APDA Center for Advanced Research at Boston University Medical Center

Following the formal presentations, guests participated in an open floor discussion with the speakers.

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