NEW YORK CITY & MIAMI — The Parkinson's Foundationhas received a $250,000 award to develop new patient-centered recommendations to improve the health of women living with Parkinson’s disease.
Five New Awards Address Unmet Needs
New York, NY and Miami, FL — The Parkinson’s Foundation has awarded $500,000 for translational research grants to address critical unmet needs in Parkinson’s disease. The investments jumpstart practical solutions to ease difficulties related to cognition, fatigue and sleep, all of which are debilitating yet under-recognized symptoms in Parkinson’s.
$13.7 million dollars raised over five years
The 10th Anniversary of Celebrate Spring New York will take place on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at Lavo located at 39 East 58th Street between Madison and Park Avenues. The event is hosted by the Young New Yorkers for the Fight Against Parkinson’s and the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF), a division of the Parkinson’s Foundation.
As foundation continues to invest in programs to improve the lives of Parkinson’s patients, designation of new Centers of Excellence further expand expert care network
Proceeds From Fourth Annual Helping Hours Event Benefit Parkinson’s Foundation
Lehr Charged with Advancing Foundation’s Mission to Accelerate the Science and Care for Parkinson’s Disease
Currently, there is no one definition of what it means to have advanced Parkinson’s disease
Initiative will support the creation of a tool to help physicians assess changes in the disease
Are you interested in helping the Parkinson’s Foundation (PF) work toward a world without Parkinson’s? Apply to the People with Parkinson's Advisory Council by Monday, December 19.
In August, the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation and the National Parkinson Foundation merged to form the Parkinson’s Foundation. We are seeking advisors from the community to help us kick off a new and exciting era in the Parkinson’s community.
MIAMI and NEW YORK — Today we mourn the loss and celebrate the life of Janet Reno, a longtime friend of the Parkinson’s Foundation. Ms. Reno passed away at age 78 from complications of Parkinson’s disease. She was diagnosed in 1995, while still serving as the first female Attorney General of the United States. Despite her diagnosis, Ms. Reno continued in this role until 2000.