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Emory University to Join the National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence NetworkEmory University to Join the National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence Network

NPF has designated The Jean and Paul Amos Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Program at Emory University as a Center of Excellence. This competitive designation is the highest recognition offered by NPF to a Parkinson's specialty clinic and represents the consensus of peers and leaders in the field that the Emory center is among the world's leading centers for Parkinson's research, outreach and care.

CNN Special about DBS Features NPF Center of Excellence

NPF is proud to share the following video from CNN's show, Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. The video features our National Medical Director, Dr. Michael S. Okun, and Dr. Kelly Foote, both of the University of Florida Health Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration. The University of Florida is an NPF-certified Center of Excellence, one of 24 designated centers in the United States that meets NPF's strict criteria for high-quality Parkinson's care.

NPF Partners with International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society to Deliver Health Professional CourseNPF Partners with International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society to Deliver Health Professional Course

NPF and the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) Pan American Section (MDS-PAS) are pleased to announce a collaborative partnership to offer a three-day course to teach team care and increase knowledge of Parkinson's disease: Allied Team Training for Parkinson's Disease, taking place in San Diego, CA, from November 13-15, 2014.

Free Webinar: Practical Pointers for Caring for Someone with Parkinson'sFree Webinar: Practical Pointers for Caring for Someone with Parkinson's

Register for our next free webinar, taking place on Thursday, November 13 at 1:00 p.m. ET to learn effective strategies to make life easier for you and your loved one with Parkinson's.