All attendees must be “fully vaccinated” (as defined by the CDC at the time of the meeting) and must verify full COVID-19 vaccination status to attend
the 34th Annual Symposium & 32nd Annual Meeting in Phoenix. Proof of vaccination will be required as part of the registration for the meeting.

The PSG 32nd Annual Meeting

& 34th Annual Symposium

June 2-5, 2022

The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, AZ

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Call for Abstracts

The Parkinson Study Group, supported by the Parkinson’s Foundation, presents the 2022 Annual PSG Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona. The peer-reviewed program includes both platform and poster presentations on Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, in addition to keynote lectures focusing on Parkinson’s Disease and the Environment.

Abstract submissions are now open for poster and platform presentations reporting research into Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders

Regular Research Abstracts: The deadline to submit a regular abstract is Monday, February 7, 2022.

Late-Breaking Research Abstracts: The Symposium Committee will accept a limited number of abstracts for platform or poster presentation as late-breaking research, usually when the research data or analyses are not available until after the regular abstract deadline. The work should be of broad scientific or public interest. The deadline to submit a late-breaking research abstract is Monday, March 7, 2022.

All regular and late-breaking submissions must describe original research. Previously published papers may not be submitted. Abstracts that have been presented at other meetings may be submitted if they have not been published and if the meeting name and date are cited accordingly. By submitting an abstract, authors affirm that the work reported is their own, as an individual or group. Authors will be asked to disclose relationships with funding sources and with the manufacturers of any commercial products discussed in their presentation. All abstracts selected for poster display must be presented by the original author(s). Abstracts will be selected for platform or poster presentations based on originality, scientific rigor, programmatic relevance, and anticipated interest to symposium attendees.

Abstract submission:

  • All regular and late-breaking abstracts should be submitted using the below form.
  • Authors will be notified whether their abstract was accepted by Monday, March 14, 2022.

Meeting registration and awards:

  • A limited number of travel awards are available to enable junior faculty to attend the Symposium; details and application materials will be posted here.
  • Awards will also be given to the two best abstracts presented either in platform or poster format.
  • All accepted abstracts will be published in Movement Disorders immediately after the meeting.

Abstract form

Type of abstract:(Required)
State preference:(Required)

Abstract Info:

i.e. K. Herrick
Institution of each author(Required)
Institution name
Presenting author's name(Required)
Presenting author's address(Required)
Limit 300 words, no tables or illustrations and must have content sections: OBJECTIVE, BACKGROUND, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSION, as appropriate