Today’s post is a recap of Day 2 at the World Parkinson’s Congress meeting in Kyoto, Japan.
I will highlight some of the presentations I was able to catch and discuss some of my key take-aways from the day’s activities.
Early meetings meant that I arrived late to the morning session of presentations on the Day 2 (6th June) of the WPC meeting. But luckily I was in time to catch Benjamin Stecher giving his talk in the main hall.
Diagnosed at 29 years of age with young onset Parkinson’s, Ben has spent the last couple of years touring the world requesting meetings with Parkinson’s researchers, to learn more about what they do and what still needs to be done. This quest has give him a unique perspective on the state of Parkinson’s research, and has helped him in his role as an advocate.
I was looking forward to hearing him speak on the main hall stage,…
…and, like everyone else in the room, I was surprised by what he did during his talk.
This post provides an overview of activities on Day 1 at the World Parkinson’s Congress meeting in Kyoto.
After a spectacular opening ceremony the night before, Day 1 began with some impressive keynote presentations. Then came a series of fascinating workshops and roundtables before poster tours and social activities.
In today’s post, we will discuss what happened at day 1 of the WPC meeting.
Following the amazing activities on Day 0 (Click here to read more about that), attendees of the World Parkinson’s Congress woke up to beautiful weather on Day 1.
The date was the 5th June, and the weather was sunny with a humid high of 32 degrees C. (89.6 F).
The first order of business each day at the conference is checking the programme to see what presentations/workshops/lectures/activities you would like to take part in.
This is the WPC meeting programme: