At the August virtual meeting of the Palo Alto Parkinson’s Support Group, the speaker will be Helen Bronte-Stewart, MD, movement disorder specialist at Stanford. Her topic is “brain sensing and adaptive DBS” (deep brain stimulation). If you live in the Palo Alto area and aren’t on our meeting reminder email list, contact us today!
Come find out what “brain sensing DBS” is all about! This is a virtual meeting and starts at noon. Dr. Bronte-Stewart will be speaking for about an hour. We may have one or two Stanford speakers talk on very brief topics at 1pm.
Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart is a movement disorder specialist at Stanford. She is one of the world’s experts in the field of adaptive DBS. She pioneered “brain radio,” as we used to call it.
Hopefully we can squeeze in some questions. (You can ask questions by chat or the Q&A box.)
We are not sure if this webinar will be recorded, so it’s best to attend live!
If you live/work in the Palo Alto area and aren’t on our meeting reminder email list, please contact Robin Riddle no later than Wednesday, August 16, to receive the webinar link.
For information on past speakers, see the Palo Alto PD support group’s webpage.