Distinguished Movement Disorder Specialist and Neurogeneticist Prof. Katerina Markopoulou to Deliver Lectures at the Institute of Neurogenetics

The Institute of Neurogenetics is honored to host two lectures by Prof. Katerina Markopoulou, a renowned expert in the field of movement disorders and neurogenetics. These lectures will be integrated into our regular Clinicians’ and Institute meetings, but we warmly welcome guests to join us for these special events.

Lecture for the Basic Science Group

Date: December 11th, 2023
Topic: “Multifactorial Assessment of Parkinson’s Disease Progression and Outcomes Using Trajectory Modeling in a Multiethnic, Multisite Cohort – the LONG-PD Study”
Details: In this session, Prof. Markopoulou will present a comprehensive analysis of Parkinson’s disease progression based on the findings of the LONG-PD study. This lecture, part of our regular Clinicians’ meeting, will offer valuable insights into the natural history of Parkinson’s disease.

Lecture for the clinical group

Date: December 12th, 2023
Topic: “DBS and Genetics of Parkinson’s Disease – A Window into Disease Pathophysiology”
Details: During our regular Institute meeting, Prof. Markopoulou will explore the relationship between genetics and Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) in Parkinson’s disease, providing important insights into its pathophysiology.