Broad programme covering all aspects of movement disorders
Author: Angelo Antonini
Professor Angelo Antonini, Italy, is Chair of MDS-ES and Co-Chair of the Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders.
The Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders Management Group invites you to join us for the excellent Movement Disorders program at the EAN Virtual Congress. The program has been prepared in collaboration between the EAN and the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society – European Section (MDS-ES).
The annual European Basal Ganglia Club Special Session is scheduled for Saturday afternoon (15:00 – 16:30). This session features Evžen Růžička presenting the C. David Marsden Award lecture, Cognition and Movement. The Dystonia Europe 2021 David Marsden Award winner, Martin Reich, will also present a talk based on his award winning paper. Following the award lectures, video case presentations from junior colleagues will be presented.
The Saturday program also includes the Symposium, Updates in Innovative Diagnostic Methods for Parkinson’s Disease and other Synucleinopathies (10:00 – 12:00); Case-based Workshop, The Unknown that we should know (8:00 – 9:30); and Interactive Session, Stiff People: On Spasticity and Beyond (8:00 – 9:30).
Sunday sessions include the Focused Workshop, Experimental Therapies for Rare Movement Disorders (8:00 – 9:30), and the Level 3 Teaching Course, Movement Disorders in Systemic Diseases (15:00 – 18:15).
Monday sessions include the Focused Workshop, Precision Medicine in Parkinson’s Disease (8:00 – 9:30); Teaching Course, Management of Non-Motor Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease (15:00 – 18:15) and finally, the Controversy, Challenges in Translational Neurosciences- SARS-CoV-2 and Neurotropism: Is it a Myth (16:45 – 17:30). On Tuesday afternoon the Controversy, Challenges in translational neurosciences & Treatment of sever forms of Multiple Sclerosis (15:00-16:30), rounds out the sessions.
In addition to the Movement Disorders Sessions, there are several opportunities to view the Oral Presentations, ePosters and ePresentations on Movement Disorders. Times for all sessions will be available on the Virtual Congress website.
A full list of Movement Disorders Sessions – including lecture titles and faculty can also be found on the MDS-ES webpage. Share your experience using the hashtag #MDSatEAN