Continuing our commitment to invest in the future of Parkinson's research, NPF has announced two new awards to support promising young Parkinson's disease researchers: a fellowship for training neurologists in the field of movement disorders and a research grant to help young faculty to accelerate their scientific careers.
The Patient Access Network Foundation has announced a new financial assistance program, aimed at providing help and hope to people being treated for Parkinson's. NPF commends the PAN Foundation for launching this program and for helping people living with Parkinson's access expert care in their community.
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The Movement Disorder Center at UC San Diego Health System has been designated the 41st Center of Excellence in NPF's global network. This competitive designation is the highest recognition offered by NPF to a Parkinson’s specialty clinic and represents the consensus of leaders in the field that the multidisciplinary clinic at UC San Diego Health System is among the world’s leading centers for Parkinson’s research, outreach and care.