Fox Foundation donates $1M to Web-based Parkinson's projects

12/25/2008 | Health Data Management

The Michael J. Fox Foundation has given a total of $1 million to teams at places including the Cleveland Clinic and Brown University in order to facilitate the development of Web-based clinical assessments for those with Parkinson's disease. Harvard Medical School will work on developing a Web-based, consumer-monitoring application while the Cleveland Clinic will look into creating a online motor and cognitive analysis system.

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