In the News
Data from a five-year clinical trial is adding to growing evidence that deep brain stimulation (DBS) can slow the ravages of Parkinson's disease. The study was published in the July issue of Neurology. Parkinson’s Foundation is linked for more info on PD.
Brain & Life
Researchers who studied 2,930 older men for more than a decade found that those with a particular sleep problem – called circadian rhythm disruptions – were three times more likely to develop Parkinson's disease. James Beck, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer of the Parkinson’s Foundation is quoted.
Adam Mendler Lessons in Leadership Blog
In episode 46 of The Charity Charge Show John L. Lehr, President and CEO of the Parkinson's Foundation shares the insight he has gained after more than two decades of nonprofit fundraising and management experience. John played a pivotal role in merging two legacy Parkinson’s organizations into the Parkinson’s Foundation in 2017.