Event Title

21st Century Research and Care for Parkinson Disease

Location

University Hall, Rm 134

Start Date

13-1-2020 3:30 PM

Document Type

Event

Description

Dr. Karl Kieburtz, M.D., MPH is a professor of Neurology and a practicing physician at University of Rochester Medical Center as well as president of Clintrex, a research company that helps operationalize new treatments for diseases of the central nervous system. Dr. Kieburtz ‘s visit is supported by Louisiana Tech University Office of the President, the College of Applied and Natural Sciences, and Louisiana Tech’s Parkinson Resource Center.

In advance of and following this seminar, Louisiana Tech University will share a series of stories designed to help readers know more about diseases of the central nervous system and how Louisiana Tech students and faculty are working to advance care for them. The following are links to the stories in this series:

Tech graduate delivers care for Parkinson’s disease patients in north Louisiana

Parkinson’s patients have the next dance

January New Frontiers speaker to focus on Parkinson’s Disease

Digging for clues at the cellular level in DeCoster’s Lab

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Jan 13th, 3:30 PM

21st Century Research and Care for Parkinson Disease

University Hall, Rm 134

Dr. Karl Kieburtz, M.D., MPH is a professor of Neurology and a practicing physician at University of Rochester Medical Center as well as president of Clintrex, a research company that helps operationalize new treatments for diseases of the central nervous system. Dr. Kieburtz ‘s visit is supported by Louisiana Tech University Office of the President, the College of Applied and Natural Sciences, and Louisiana Tech’s Parkinson Resource Center.

In advance of and following this seminar, Louisiana Tech University will share a series of stories designed to help readers know more about diseases of the central nervous system and how Louisiana Tech students and faculty are working to advance care for them. The following are links to the stories in this series:

Tech graduate delivers care for Parkinson’s disease patients in north Louisiana

Parkinson’s patients have the next dance

January New Frontiers speaker to focus on Parkinson’s Disease

Digging for clues at the cellular level in DeCoster’s Lab