Parkinson’s disease

The National Parkinson Foundation has recognized the UF National Parkinson Disease Center of Excellence as one of its 43 leading medical centers worldwide. The UF NPDCOE offers a world-class, patient-centered interdisciplinary experience and unparalleled training for fellows and young doctors of all disciplines. The center houses more than 50 Parkinson’s-related research studies and many basic science laboratories, including stem cells, gene therapy, imaging, Deep Brain Stimulation and protein-processing science. More than 1,000 patients with Parkinson’s disease are seen and followed annually.