WEBEX CONFERENCE JANUARY 25 AT 4:00 P.M. (ET)
Parkinson’s Disease: An Inside Look at How Neurologists Leverage Emerging Research and Trends
Plus: What’s New, What’s Next
PD News To Share With Your Readers
WHO: Lawrence Elmer, M.D., Professor of Neurology and Medical Director of the Center for Neurological Health; Director of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Program within the Department of Neurology, University of Toledo College of Medicine
Dr. Elmer to discuss:
- The latest in PD management and treatment
- How neurologist approach diagnosis and treatment of PD
- Current and investigational treatments
Dr. Elmer to provide:
- During the WebEx and upon request only — Tools to help your readers improve communication with their physicians and health care providers, and ultimately, better manage their PD — for example — patient-friendly copy, graphs and charts which encourage conversations re PD treatment
Dr. Elmer to answer your questions, such as:
- What does the latest research suggest about the best strategies for managing PD?
- What are the key treatment options today….tomorrow?
- How close are we to finding a cure?
- What can patients do to take control of their own PD?
- What new therapies are currently in development for PD?
WHEN: January 25, 2011 — Presentation at 4 p.m. ET; Q&A at 4:30 p.m. ET
HOW TO REGISTER:
To reserve a space, please respond to this email; be sure to include a phone number. After making your reservation, we will send instructions on how to log-in. You may need to download add-on programs in advance; they address technical issues so you don’t experience them during the conference. This WebEx is supported by an educational grant from Teva Pharmaceuticals.
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ABOUT LAWRENCE ELMER, M.D.
Dr. Elmer joined the faculty of the University of Toledo College of medicine in 1998 where he holds the position of Professor of Neurology and Medical Director of the Center for Neurological Health. He is also director of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Program within the Department of Neurology. He has served in a variety of leadership positions throughout the University, recently as President of the Faculty Senate at the University of Toledo Health Science Campus. Dr. Elmer speaks frequently at patient and medical education programs throughout the region and country.
Dr. Elmer’s research is primarily focused on emerging medical treatments for Parkinson’s disease. His career passion involves caring for people with Parkinson’s disease and their families, giving them the opportunity to deal successfully with this disease and enjoy life to the fullest.
Lawrence Elmer received his MD and PhD degrees from the University of Florida, completed postgraduate training at the Baylor College of Medicine, internship in internal medicine at the Sioux Falls Veterans Administration Hospital and residency in neurology at the University of Michigan. He then completed a basic science and clinical fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Michigan Department of Neurology.