Dr. Kelvin Chou Featured in Michigan Medicine Blog Post About Deep Brain Stimulation

Excerpt from Michigan Medicine Headlines article titled “Deep Brain Stimulation Offers Hope for Parkinson’s Patient” on September 15, 2022. Read more here. Key takeaways: Deep brain stimulation has been performed on Parkinson’s patients at U-M Health for nearly 20 years and though not a cure, the procedure offers some degree of improvement in symptoms for[…]

Udall Co-Investigator, Cindy Lustig receives U-M Carol Hollenshead Inspire Awards

Excerpt from the University Record published on August 30, 2022. Read the article here. Cindy Lustig, a Udall Center co-investigator and leader of STAR (Scholarship, Transferrable skills, Academics, & Research) Scholars is one of three U-M groups receiving the Carol Hollenshead Inspire Award for Excellence in Promoting Equity and Social Change at the CEW+ Advocacy[…]

Dr. Albin’s Parkinson’s Disease Research Update

Excerpt from the Michigan Parkinson Foundation Spring 2022 Messenger Research Update: University of Michigan Parkinson Disease Research By Dr. Roger Albin, University of Michigan In addition to the University of Michigan Udall Center research program described in the fall issue of the Messenger, there are several other highly active Parkinson disease research programs at the[…]