On October 19, 2011, directly preceding Michael J. Fox's Distinguished Speaker Lecture, Jian Feng, professor of physiology and biophysics, and Thomas J. Guttuso, assistant professor of neurology, summarized recent developments in research into the causes of and possible cures for Parkinson's Disease to the public. The full lecture, including the supplementary presentation materials,as well as a video, summarizing the ongoing research into Parkinson's Disease at UB, are accessible below.
The full lecture is available, for free, below and on the UBNOW YouTube Channel.
Many of our attendees requested that the slides be made available to the public. Below, you will find links to the slides used during the presentation.
To highlight campus research into the causes as well as the possibilities of a cure for Parkinson's Disease, a short video was made and shown during the introduction for Michael J. Fox's lecture. It can be viewed here or by visiting the UB Student Affairs YouTube Channel.