5th Mediterranean School on Movement Disorders

Rome, 5th - 6th April 2019

MEETING

PROGRAMME

ABOUT Rome

The 5th Mediterranean School on Movement Disorders will take place in Rome on April 5 and 6, 2019.

The conference will bring together international experts of neurodegenerative diseases coming from the academic world and hospital centres.

Similar to the last year's meeting and based on the very positive feed-back received, interactive sessions will be one of the highlights of this year's meeting, with live patients and video case presentations on all aspects of movement disorders.

In addition, presentations on not-so-often covered, but cumbersome non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease such as gastro-intestinal and cardio-vascular problems will be included along with presentations on the role of physiotherapy and an update on risk factors for Parkinson's disease.

COURSE DIRECTORS

Prof. Dr. Fabrizio STOCCHI

Prof. Dr. Murat EMRE

ENDORSED BY

Course Venue

University San Raffaele

Via di Valcannuta 247 - 00166 Roma - Italy

ORGANIZING SECRETARIAT

Via Palestro 18

56127 Pisa - Italy

Ph.: +39 050 862233

Fax: +39 050 3136256

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