Academics and Training
The OHSU Parkinson Center is a leader in training medical professionals to care for people with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. In addition to training medical students on their neurological rotations, we also offer a two-year fellowship in movement disorders in partnership with the Veteran Administration's PADRECC (Parkinson Disease Research, Education, and Care Center). Annually, we also offer CME for primary care providers, neurologists, and allied health care providers.
Movement Disorders Journal Club
Speakers, topics and locations are emailed out to attendees each week. Contact Jennifer Brownstein for more information.
Events occur periodically throughout the year. Please check back or contact Lisa Mann, R.N. directly at 503 494-5620 to inquire about future events.