Welcome to The Parkinson’s & Movement Disorder Foundation (PMDF)
"By working together, we can improve the quality of care for every person diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease."
Since 1998, our mission has been to support basic and clinical research into the causes, treatments, and cures for Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders such as dystonia, myoclonus, spasticity, and tremor.
The mission of the Parkinson’s & Movement Disorder Foundation is not only to pursue the cure for Parkinson’s but also to provide assistance to the people who live with the disease.
We achieve our mission through programs of awareness, education, advocacy and care.
The PMDF is a nonprofit organization chartered in the state of California.
Our office is located at
14772 Moran Street, Westminster, CA 92683.
The Foundation is made up of neurologists, scientists, patients, and volunteers from the community.
For more information about how you can support the PMDF,
please contact us at (714) 369-7426 or e-mail Vi Tran, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parkinson's & Movement Disorder Foundation relies upon its Board of Directors to maintain the vision, promote the mission, and support the Parkinson's disease community of Southern California.
These are the people who work daily to carry out PMDF's mission:
Board of Directors
- Mark Wadsworth, President
- Mary Ann Chapman, PhD., V.P.
- Sami Nasrawi, Secretary
- Gianni Truong, Treasurer
- Peter Perry
- Deborah Wilson
Honorary Advisory Board
- Hon. Loretta Sanchez
- Tom Railsback, Ret. U.S. Congressman
- Victor Tsao
- Daniel D. Truong, MD
- Victor Passy, MD
- Vi Tran