Latest Blog Posts Tagged "MJFF in the News"
'We are the answer we're looking for': Michael J. Fox Talks Clinical Trials and His Return to TV on 'Good Morning America'
April 18, 2018
In a one-on-one chat with Board member George Stephanopoulos, Michael discusses his role on 'Designated Survivor' and MJFF's recent work.
MJFF Vice President of Medical Communications Speaks about Parkinson's on CNN and 'Good Morning America'
January 24, 2018
Rachel Dolhun, MD, provides expert commentary on Parkinson's disease to national news outlets
November 10, 2017
Last month, Michael J. Fox talked with television journalist Jane Pauley in a special "CBS Sunday Morning" interview. Watch it now!
June 02, 2017
In 1959, Margaret Bourke-White detailed her journey with Parkinson's in LIFE Magazine. MJFF's Rachel Dolhun, MD, talks to TIME about what has and hasn't changed for those living with PD today.
March 30, 2017
This Parkinson's Awareness Month, Michael J. Fox is on the cover of AARP The Magazine to discuss family support, overcoming adversity and feeling empowered by the PD community.
Partners in Parkinson's Marks Three Years Serving the PD Community, Launches On-Demand Online Video Gallery Featuring "Virtual Event"
March 07, 2017
Partners in Parkinson's, a strategic health initiative of The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) and AbbVie, launched in 2014 with the goal of increasing access to educational content.
March 06, 2017
Between speaking with advocates and meeting with lawmakers in Washington D.C., Michael J. Fox sat down with POLITICO during the 2017 Parkinson's Policy Forum to discuss the PD policy landscape.
October 10, 2016
Michael J. Fox sat down with Rachael Ray to discuss the Foundation's progress toward a cure and how anyone -- whether you have a Parkinson's connection or not -- can get involved.
October 04, 2016
Carmen Drahl wrote an article on how MJFF has supported continued work in autophagy, an area for which Japanese biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi, PhD, won a 2016 Nobel Prize.
July 18, 2016
MJFF's Katie Kopil, PhD, offers her insights on how scientists can pursue non-traditional research careers to help patients.