Join us and about 300 People with Parkinson’s, Caregivers, Family Members, Physicians, Healthcare & Senior Care Professionals for a day-long event featuring presentations by notable medical experts, and presenters on a wide range of topics pertinent to “Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease;” join in on question & answer sessions; and interact with over 20 exhibitor booths.
We kick off the morning with registration, breakfast and exhibitors before the day begins promptly at 9:00 am. Attendees will be provided with lunch and an additional opportunity to meet and learn from the exhibitors and we will wrap up this day of education at 3:30 pm.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
WHERE: Jeffersontown Community Center, 10617 Taylorsville Road, Jeffersontown, KY 40299
COST: FREE to attend courtesy of Pints for Parkinson’s Foundation, Craftworks Foundation and Gordon Biersch. Registration required as space is limited.
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Linda K. Olson, M.D. FACR – Emeritus Professor of Radiology – University of California, San Diego
Linda K. Olson is a graduate of Loma Linda University School of Medicine, 1976-A. Following a CT Fellowship at University of California, San Diego, she joined the faculty in the Department of Radiology, UCSD, where she worked for thirty years. She was director of Breast Imaging for twenty years and also a member of the thoracic imaging section. Some of her awards include: Marie Curie Award of the American Association of Women Radiologists 1991, Honored Alumna Loma Linda University School of Medicine 1994, UCSD Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award 1996, San Diego County’s 2011 Physicians of Exceptional Excellence “Top Doctors” Award, Loma Linda University School of Medicine “Women in Courage” Award 2012, UCSD Department of Radiology Lifetime Achievement Award 2012. She is married to David W. Hodgens, M.D. and together they have two children, Tiffany Hodgens Johnson and Brian Hodgens, M.D. She has been a triple amputee since 1979 and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2015.