Welcome to the Movement Disorder Laboratory Group
We are a growing laboratory interested in understanding the etiology and diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Our primary goal is to investigate specific neurocircuitry underlying Parkinson's disease using functional MRI as a diagnostic tool, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of life of Parkinson patients.
Association recognizes research of laboratory animal medicine residents
The work of three residents in the Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program at Penn State College of Medicine has been recognized at professional meetings.More...
Independence Day celebration set for July 4 on Penn State Hershey campus
Again this year, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center will present An American Salute, an Independence Day performance by the Hershey Symphony Orchestra on the front lawn of the main hospital complex. This event typically attracts thousands of people.More...
The Medical Minute: Poison ivy affects some people more than others
Three-quarters of the population will get an itchy red rash if exposed to the urushiol oil inside poison ivy’s leaves, stem and roots -- but one-quarter of people will not have any reaction to exposure.More...
Next attorney office hours at Penn State Hershey set for July 9
Researchers are invited to attend office hours on Thursday, July 9 with Penn State’s intellectual property attorney, Michael Brignati. Brignati is on the Penn State Hershey campus the second Thursday of each monthMore...