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Parkinson's Pointers Lecture Series

02may6:00 pm8:00 pmParkinson's Pointers Lecture Seriesco-sponsored by PFNCA

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Event Details

The Kensington will host a Live Webcast Lecture on Parkinson’s Disease presented by Dr. Codrin Lungu

This Program is in Partnership with the Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area

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Dr. Codrin Lungu

The Kensington will serve as a host site for the Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA)’s Parkinson’s Pointers lecture series on Wednesday May 2, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Dr. Codrin Lungu is Chief, Parkinson’s Clinic at the National Institute of Health (NIH).  He also directs the NIH Botulinum Toxin Clinic.  He is a board-certified neurologist, specializing in movement disorders, and has additional training in research methodology, clinical trial design, deep brain stimulation mechanisms, and management and neurotoxin therapy.

He will present “Therapeutic Pipeline for Parkinson’s,” followed by a question and answer session.

There is no cost to attend and light refreshments will be served.  The lecture will be live streamed to The Kensington Falls Church as part of PFNCA’s Parkinson’s Pointers program, a lecture series where people gather in various locations for a presentation, and question and session by a physician or other person that specializes in Parkinson’s.  Powerful practical information is shared in a positive setting.  The lecture will include a question and answer session. 

The Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area is a Silver Spring-based non-profit organization that improves the quality of life of those impacted by Parkinson’s disease, their care partners and families, and fosters a sense of community to ensure that no one battles this disease alone. PFNCA offers exercise, communication and education programs to strengthen the physical and emotional health of people impacted by Parkinson’s.

To learn more about the lecture, please visit the PFNCA website by clicking here!


(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST


The Kensington Falls Church

700 West Broad Street