Brad Racette - Washington University

Held from 9:30-10:30 in the HIM_Bray Conference Room, 1st floor




Brad Racette, MD, Robert Allan Finke Professor and Executive Vice Chairman of Neurology


Washington University


Bray Conference Room, Harvard Institutes of Medicine


Manganism: How a Rare Occupational Disease Informs our Understanding of PD Etiology


  1. Recognize clinical phenotype of prodromal PD
  2. Identify clinical features distinguishing classic manganism cases from contemporary Mn-exposed workers.
  3. Understand how positron emission tomography can be used to investigate the integrity of the dopaminergic system.


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2.            Text your assigned activity number to this phone number (617) 648-7950.

                 a. Longwood Neurology Grand Rounds  Activity Number: 527

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