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    Precision Medicine Conference in Parkinson's Disease

    "Precision Medicine in Parkinson’s disease: past lessons and conquering new frontiers”. The conference is taking place in Luxembourg on 26 & 27 January, the event is based on a trilateral consortium between Luxembourg, Germany and India on Neurodegenerative Diseases and Therapeutics (Lux-GIANT). 

    In order to register to this conference, please click here

    Become a member of GEoPD

    GEoPD is a global consortium of researchers dedicated to promoting education, scientific research and translational development in Parkinson’s disease. The consortium has been operating since 2004, and has an active membership from more than 60 sites on six continents. The GEoPD is organized into five cores.

    These cores provide a mechanism whereby active global site investigators may share their expertise, resources and reagents. The consortium’s mission is to promote multi-investigator research projects throughout the year. Annual Meetings offer a valuable forum for consortium members to discuss unpublished data and ideas, highlight research questions or needs and identify global opportunities for partnership.


    For any queries, please feel free to drop us an email: info@geopd.net 


    SWEDEN 2022

    17th Annual Meeting of GEoPD, 20-22 November 2022

    Hosted by GEoPD Karin Wirdefeldt  & colleagues. 

     Registration link can be found HERE 
     For the Final and detailed Agenda, please follow  the link: PROGRAM

    Agenda Outline:

    • Sunday 20th November: Social event in the afternoon and welcoming cocktail in the evening. Meeting of the GEoPD steering committee
    • Monday 21st November: GEoPD members only
    • Tuesday 22nd November: Open symposium

    Venue: Karolinska University Hospital, Solna (Sune Bergström Aula), Sweden

    Luxembourg 2016

    The 11th Annual Meeting of GEoPD was hosted by Dr. Balling.

    See the highlights

    Luxembourg 2016
    Endorsed by the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

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