TRANSLATE

Welcome to Our Parkinson's Place


I copy news articles pertaining to research, news and information for Parkinson's disease, Dementia, the Brain, Depression and Parkinson's with Dystonia. I also post about Fundraising for Parkinson's disease and events. I try to be up-to-date as possible. I have Parkinson's
diseases as well and thought it would be nice to have a place where
updated news is in one place. That is why I began this blog.
I am not responsible for it's contents, I am just a copier of information searched on the computer. Please understand the copies are just that, copies and at times, I am unable to enlarge the wording or keep it uniformed as I wish. This is for you to read and to always keep an open mind.
Please discuss this with your doctor, should you have any questions, or concerns. Never do anything without talking to your doctor. I do not make any money from this website. I volunteer my time to help all of us to be informed. Please No advertisers, and No Information about Herbal treatments. This is a free site for all.
Thank you.


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Alpena native works in field of Parkinson’s disease research

April 17, 2017



Alpena native Laurie Mischley has been featured in a Bastyr University publication regarding her work in the field of Parkinson’s disease research. 
Mischley holds a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr and is currently associate clinical investigator at Bastyr University Research University. As such, she is the primary investigator on a study of intranasal gluthathione in Parkinson’s disease as well as several studies exploring complementary and alternative medical treatments for Parkinson’s, MS and other neurological conditions.
Mischley also works with Parkinson’s patients, helping to educate and empower them. Taking an approach that focuses her research not on sickness but on wellness, she created a worldwide study designed to find the recipe for success for slowing the progression of Parkinson’s in patients. 
The article about her focuses on her “Next Generation of Parkinson’s Disease Care” and her positive relationship with patients she has helped by taking a collaborative and comprehensive approach to their disease.
Mischley is the daughter of Bill and Nancy Mischley of Alpena. She is an Alpena High School graduate and studied nutrition at Pennsylvania State University and epidemiology at the University of Washington. She currently resides in the Seattle, Wash., area.
http://www.thealpenanews.com/life/2017/04/alpena-native-works-in-field-of-parkinsons-disease-research/

No comments:

Post a Comment