Help us meet a $1 million challenge!
The Sergey Brin Family Foundation has made a $1 million challenge to us. For any new donor, or donor who increases their gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $1 million dollars. Help us meet this challenge which allows our researchers to accelerate their research into the causes of Parkinson's and our clinicians to provide superb care. A huge thank you to the Sergey Brin Family Foundation for their generous challenge grant.
Celebrate Parkinson’s Awareness Month With Your Institute
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, and the Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center is celebrating in a big way by announcing that last year's MORE TALK! MORE WALK! 2-mile fundraiser walk is merging with Parkinson's Battle of the Bay to form a family friendly sports tournament on Saturday, April 8th at Baylands Park in Sunnyvale! Participants can sign up for a 2-mile Walk, Sports Tournament (flag football, volleyball, kickball), or both.
2017 Parkinson's Unity Walk
For those who live on the East Coast, join us at the 2017 Parkinson’s Unity Walk on Saturday, April 22nd. 100% of donations support research funded by six major Parkinson’s foundations. Learn more at www.UnityWalk.org
Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center Excited to Partner with CENTOGENE
The Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center and CENTOGENE have entered into a collaboration aimed at genetic screening of a large cohort of Parkinson’s patients in the US. Now, individual patients will be screened using a large customized panel carefully selected to identify pathophysiological relevant genetic variants for the development and treatment of Parkinson’s disease. For more information click here
The Parkinson's Institute and Clinical is now offering massage therapy
Parkinson's Institute welcomes Shelley Silva
Shelley has a consistent client base that she treats for work related stress or medical conditions such as Parkinson’s, rheumatoid arthritis, neck and back tightness and/or pain. Shelley is familiar with the areas of discomfort Parkinson’s patients chronically suffer from including neck and shoulder as well as low back and calf area.
For more information about Shelley and how to schedule an appointment, click here