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Screen shot of eye tracking software

Dr. Mark Baron's collaborative study developing an eye-tracking system to differentiate movement disorder diagnoses was recenlty highlighted by several media outlets.

Register Now ctober 10, 2015

Registration is now open for the annual Parkinson's Community Education Day, scheduled for Saturday, October 10, 2015. This year's conference will be held at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen and feature caregiving, living well, and Deep Brain Stimulation topics.

Researcher in lab

Primary dystonia research project now enrolling. We are looking for volunteers with primary dystonia willing to participate in this observational research study.

Movin' & Shakin' 5K 2015

Thank you to all who participated in the 2015 Movin' & Shakin' 5K!

VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center

Moving today towards a better tomorrow.

The Virginia Commonwealth University Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center strives to be a premier model for improving the lives of individuals with movement disorders, their families and the community by its commitment to excellence in comprehensive interdisciplinary clinical care, translational research and education and outreach.

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