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Research Roundtables

THE FOX FOUNDATION COMES TO YOU

The Michael J. Fox Foundation offers high-quality educational programs to help you stay informed about research progress in Parkinsonís disease ó and how you can help achieve a cure in our lifetime.

Up to eight Research Roundtables annually offering conversation and community in cities across the United States (and sometimes Canada). These in-depth panel discussions cover topics that matter most to patients and their loved ones to help you stay up to date on our urgent pursuit of medical breakthroughs. Every Roundtable also devotes ample time to audience Q&A so that you can submit your own question to our expert panel. These gatherings also offer an opportunity to meet members of the Foundation staff and the broader Parkinsonís community where you live.

Roundtables are hosted by Dave Iverson, a Parkinsonís patient, veteran journalist and contributing editor to The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

All Michael J. Fox Foundation educational initiatives are offered free of charge. We hope youíll join us soon.

Upcoming Roundtables To Add To Your Calendar

  • New York, NY, April 4, 2014 [Info]
  • Toronto, ON, April 9, 2014 [Info]

Not able to Attend a Roundtable?

The foundation offers another educational series that you can access from the convenience of your own home by phone.

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"I have always found that MJFF is the best source of Parkinson's information and education."

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Meet Dave Iverson

A Parkinsonís patient, veteran journalist and contributing editor to The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

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Hear the Latest in PD Research

The MJFF Parkinson's Podcast Series pairs host Dave Iverson with Parkinson's researchers to talk about the latest scientific understanding and therapies in development.

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