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Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education and Clinical Centers

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For Professionals

  Philadelphia PADRECC

The Philadelphia PADRECC is committed to providing exceptional and comprehensive professional education and support for healthcare professionals.  Please see below for education offerings. 

Provider Education

Fellowship program

The VA Advanced Fellowship in Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders provides two year of post-residencty research, education and clinical learning opportunities to eligible neurologists. 

VA Special Fellowship Program in Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders

 Movement Disorders Series

The Movement Disorder Series, sponsored by PADRECC and the VA Employee Education Service (EES), provides continuing education for Movement Disorder Professionals through audio conferences and live meetings.  Follow the link for more information and to access archives of past presentations.

PADRECC Movement Disorder Series

Case Conference Series

Video Case Conference meetings are held the last Monday of every month at 12pm EST. They are intended for faculty directly involved in the care of patients. Video clips of interesting cases are presented for discussion. The video-conference is led by movement disorder specialists, and can be attended by interns, residents, staff, and scientists with an interest in neuroscience. In order to participate in the conference you must have an active VA email account. The Video Case Conference is not open to the public, please contact Tonya Belton ( if you are interested in joining. 

National Resources

Click here to see National PADRECC resources for Professionals


Current Research Studies being done at the Philadelphia PADRECC