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The 3rd Pan American Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress will be hosted in Miami, Florida, USA, February 14-16, 2020.

2018 PAS Congress Summary

Alberto Espay, Paula Christina de Azevedo, Camila Aquino, Karlo Lizarraga, Anthony Lang, Orlando Barsottini, Michael Okun, and Sagari Bette celebrate the Challenging Case MDS-PAS Rounds.The 2nd Pan American Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress was hosted in Miami, Florida, USA on June 22-24, 2018. With an attendance of 715 delegates traveling from 30 different countries, it was the perfect size for networking, collaborating and learning about the latest research in the field of Movement Disorders and how it relates to the Pan American Region.

Under the direction of Henrique Ferraz and Cynthia Comella, the PAS Congress Scientific Program Committee made every effort to ensure that the science for the Congress reflected the region, which produced the theme of the meeting, Movement Disorders Across the Americas: Translating Science to Clinical Practice.

The Society would like to recognize the PAS Congress Scientific Program Committee, who were instrumental in making the program a success: Henrique Ferraz, Marcelo Merello, Emilia Gatto, Jennifer Goldman, Mayela Rodriguez Violante, Jill Ostrem, David Standaert, Francisco Cardoso, William Fernandez, Okasana Suchowersky, Oscar Gershanik, and Christopher Goetz. Read More

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Final Program


Meeting Theme

Movement Disorders Across the Americas: Translating Science to Clinical Practice


Hilton Downtown Miami
1601 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL, USA 33132

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International Secretariat
555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA
Phone: +1 414-276-2145
Fax: +1 414-276-3349

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