MDS Virtual Video Challenge

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to vote for your favorite case from the MDS Video Challenge during the 2020 Virtual Congress! We are happy to announce the following medal winners:

Gold Medal awarded to Case #6: “DNAJC6 mutation” presented by David Garza-Brambila from La Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud in Mexico

Silver medal awarded to Case #3: “DJ1 Presenting with oculogyric crises” presented by Shruti Agrawal from KEM Hospitals and Seth GS Medical College in India

Bronze medal awarded to Case #4: “GM1-gangliosidosis type III associated parkinsonism” presented by Rauan Kaiyrzhanov from the Shymkent Medical Academy in Kazakhstan

Congratulations to all of the participants for a successful MDS Virtual Video Challenge!

 

MDS Video Challenge 2019
 


MDS Virtual Video Challenge Short Cases

View the Short Cases from the 2020 MDS Virtual Video Challenge below.  Make sure to register for the Virtual Congress to see more cases presented by fellows and junior members of Movement Disorder groups from around the world with experts leading a thought-provoking discussion.

 

MDS Virtual Video Challenge
Short Case 1 - India
MDS Virtual Video Challenge
Short Case 2 - Turkey
MDS Virtual Video Challenge
Short Case 3 - USA
MDS Virtual Video Challenge
Short Case 4 - India

 


For More Information

International Secretariat
555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA
Phone: +1 (414) 276-2145
Fax: +1 (414) 276-3349
E-mail: congress@movementdisorders.org

Add Name to International Congress Mailing List

Top

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience with our website. These cookies are also used to ensure we show you content that is relevant to you. If you continue without changing your settings, you are agreeing to our use of cookies to improve your user experience. You can click the cookie settings link on our website to change your cookie settings at any time. Note: The MDS site uses related multiple domains, including mds.movementdisorders.org and mds.execinc.com. This cookie policy only covers the primary movementdisorders.org and mdscongress.org domain. Please refer to the MDS Privacy Policy for information on how to configure cookies for all other domains on the MDS site.
Cookie PolicyPrivacy Notice