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Viewing Abstracts

During the International Congress, there are a variety of ways to explore and engage with the latest research in the field, including viewing hundreds of top-tier abstracts, representing the most cutting-edge advancements. Browse the posters at your own pace, or meet and discuss interesting findings with the researchers.  

*Video presentations, e-posters and published abstracts are not accredited for CME. 

An author discusses their abstract with other delegates.

Poster Hall – Virtual Platform

On-demand on the MDS Congress virtual platform. The Poster Hall will include full texts of all accepted 2022 abstracts, as well as optional e-poster and video presentations. 

To access the virtual platform Poster Hall, you must be registered for virtual access. 

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Abstract Publications 

All accepted abstracts will be published in an online supplement to Movement Disorders, the official journal of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorders Society, and in the searchable MDS abstract website, mdsabstracts.org

Abstracts will also be available on-demand on the virtual platform in conjunction with the opening of the International Congress on September 15, 2022. All MDS 2022 International Congress abstracts are embargoed until September 15, 2022.  

To cite a published abstract, please refer to mdsabstracts.org


 

Abstract Archives 

The International Congress has a decades-long legacy supporting cutting-edge research. Browse the archives of published International Congress abstracts: 

Browse archive  (2016 >)

View earlier abstracts (2002-2015)

 

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