Parkinson and Alzheimer: Myths and Truths

Sao Paulo
Feb. 19, 2019, 5 p.m.

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Sao Paulo

Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease are two very prevalent pathologies in the elderly population, often responsible for incapacitation of the elderly and special care by relatives. In this event, two neurologists with experiences in these diseases will debate the myths and truths that surround the current scenario, and will doubtless help develop more special care for our 60+.

Parkinson's disease - MD. Ana C. Piccolo. Neurologist, medical residency and master in neurosciences by UNIFESP / EPM, teacher of the courses of medicine at the Municipal University of São Caetano (USCS) and Faculdade Santa Marcelina. Coordinator of the USCS Medical Residency Committee.


Alzheimer's disease - MD Sonia M.D Brucki. Master's and PhD in neurology from the University Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP). Free Teacher in Neurology by Medicine in University of São Paulo (FMUSP). Co-Coordinator of Group of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology - Hospital das Clínicas - FMUSP. Reference Center in Cognitive Disorders - Hospital das Clínicas FMUSP. Responsible for the Cognitive Neurology Outpatient Hospital Santa Marcelina

Keynote Speakers

Sergio Duque Estrada

Sergio Duque Estrada

Aging2.0 Sao Paulo

Ambassador
Egidio Dorea

Egidio Dorea

University of São Paulo

Director
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Erwin Frank Roman

Erwin Frank Roman

Aging 2.0 São Paulo

Director
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Ana Claudia Piccolo

Ana Claudia Piccolo

FASM

Neurologist
Sonia M.D Brucki

Sonia M.D Brucki

FMUSP

Neurologist
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When

Feb. 19, 2019
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Where

Unibes Cultura
Rua Oscar Freire 2500 São Paulo05409-012

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