Sydney (PRWEB) June 07, 2013
The world’s leading experts in Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders will present the latest research findings and state-of-the-art treatment options at The Movement Disorder Society’s 17th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders in Sydney, June 16-20, 2013.
The 17th International Congress, held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, will be attended by over 2,100 international physicians, researchers and other healthcare professionals. Attendees will be able to view over 1,300 scientific abstracts submitted by clinicians from around the world. The International Congress Scientific Program consists of Plenary, Parallel, and Video Sessions, as well as Skills Workshops, Teaching Courses, and Guided Poster Tours.
Members of the media receive complimentary full-access registration to the Congress. For information on how to register, please contact Elizabeth Clausen at eclausen(at)movementdisorders(dot)org.
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17th International Congress Information
The MDS Congress website contains all the information you need to prepare for
We look forward to seeing you in Sydney.
The Movement Disorder Society, an international society of over 4,000 clinicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals, is dedicated to improving patient care through education and research. For more information about The Movement Disorder Society, visit http://www.movementdisorders.org.
Note: To receive additional materials or to register for the MDS 17th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, please contact Elizabeth Clausen, Senior Membership and Communications Manager at eclausen(at)movementdisorders(dot)org.
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