Tyler’s Hope Unites Dystonia and Parkinson Patients for a Run

Tyler’s Hope and the University of Florida Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration brought together dystonia, Parkinson, and movement disorders patients in the Season of Hope Run.  Together over two years, 100,000 has been raised and will be used to address the critical shortage in clinician-scientists in the field.  The first 100,000 check was presented at the annual Tyler’s Hope thinktank to Rick Staab (CEO, Tyler’s Hopr), Michele Staab, and Leslie Okun (race director). Congratulations for their efforts.  Below is a link to the press release:



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Michael Okun

Professor of Neurology, expert on Parkinson's disease and other basal ganglia disorders, deep brain stimulation, author of over 300 research papers and the bestselling book…

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