The Parkinson Association of Alabama is thankful for it’s partnership with UAB and proud of their ongoing research contributions to accelerate a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. We are excited to share the 2015 Parkinson’s Research Progress Report from the UAB Department of Neurology and hope you’ll take a moment to review.
The Parkinson Association of Alabama was honored by the response to the 2015 Birmingham Symposium. We very much appreciate the support and enthusiasm from the many patients, caregivers, thought leaders, medical professionals, and sponsors that made this years event so successful. We could not do it with you and look forward to seeing you again at next years event.
Over the next two weeks we will be posting a video recording of each Symposium program segment that includes both the presentation and speaker. We encourage you to review and share this valuable information with anyone that may be interested.
We want to extend a special thanks to Online Symposia for donating their time and expertise to develop such a well crafted video record of the 2015 Birmingham Symposium.
Click the following link to watch the second video: UAB Update by Dr. David Standaert.
Check-in and Breakfast are from 8:00 – 8:30 AM. The program is from 8:45 AM – 1:00 PM and includes a boxed lunch. Admission is free with registration, but donations are appreciated and may be submitted online or at the event. Space is limited, so we do encourage everyone interested in attending to register online.
The theme for this years forum is Living Your Best Life with Parkinson’s and we encourage anyone affected by PD to attend. Whether you’re a PD patient, caregiver, medical professional, thought leader, or simply want know more – the Birmingham Symposium offers something for everyone.
Contact the PAA Executive Director, Mary T Miller, for more information.