U-M professor trains Parkinson’s advocates

Last month, Kelvin Chou, M.D., — an associate professor and co-director of the Movement Disorders Clinic – served as a faculty member for a training of the Parkinson’s Advocates in Research (PAIR) program of the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF).

During the three-day training, he helped prepare 26 people living with Parkinson’s and care partners to become part of the program’s network of PDF Research Advocates, all of whom are actively advancing research and speeding new treatments for Parkinson’s.

Dr. Chou presented an educational session entitled, “The Clinical Research Process.”

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