Parkinson Association of Santa Barbara 2024 Symposium

Saturday, 6 April 2024 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM PDT

150 North Kellogg Avenue, Goleta, CA, 93111, United States

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Saturday, 6 April 2024 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM PDT

Elk's Lodge, 150 North Kellogg Avenue, Goleta, CA, 93111, United States.

Thanks to our generous sponsors, we will have two presentations from renowned medical experts, an afternoon panel discussion and informational exhibits featuring medical products and a variety of local services available to help you live your best life.

Admission includes coffee and pastries as well as lunch. 


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 For more information about our speakers, please see the Speaker section after the Registration area below



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Ticket includes admission, coffee and pastries, lunch, two presentations by experts in Parkinson's Disease, a chance to connect to many resource exihibitors, a fun game with prizes, and much more!

Cost:  $35.00 Early-bird Price

(ends Sunday, March 24th at midnight)

$40.00 on and after Monday, March 25th

If you are new to Parkinson's Disease, please choose the Newly-Diagnosed button.  We have special support for you!

Thanks to Montecito Bank and Trust, we can also provide a limited number of tickets to those who are unable to afford it.   Choose the Scholarship button if we can do this for you.


We also wish to thank Best Western Hotels and Resorts for providing accommodations for our speakers.




Cancellation policy

Cancellations fully refundable up to one week prior to the event, (March 30th).  No refunds can be accommodated after that date as our catering contract requires we provide a head count and payment at that time. 

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Dr. Laurie Mischley
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Seattle Integrative Medicine

Laurie Mischley studied naturopathic medicine (ND) at Bastyr University and epidemiology (MPH) and nutritional sciences (PhD) at the University of Washington and she maintains appointments at both Universities. Her work is focused on identifying the nutritional requirements unique to individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and has published on coenzyme Q10, lithium, glutathione, NAD+, and ATP deficiency ( She is Principal Investigator of the Modifiable Variables in Parkinsonism (MVP) Study (, which is attempting to describe why some people with PD progress slower than others. She is working on ways to study, package and deliver evidence-based lifestyle modification as a therapeutic strategy. She founded the canine scent-based PD screening tool, ParK-9 (, developed the Parkinson Symptom Tracking (PRO-PD) App to quantify PD severity (, and is instructor of the online series, Parkinson School ( and Parkinson Summer Camp ( Dr. Mischley maintains a clinical practice at Seattle Integrative Medicine (

About Dr. Laurie Mischley

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Seattle Integrative Medicine
Dr. Jeff Bronstein
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UCLA School of Medicine

Jeff Bronstein received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and M.D. and Ph.D. from UCLA as a recipient of the Medical Scientist Training Program Award. He completed a residency in Neurology and fellowship training in Movement Disorders at UCLA and at Queens Square in London. Dr. Bronstein also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in molecular biology before being appointed Director of the Movement Disorders Program at UCLA in 1996. Professor of Neurology in 2006, and Professor of Molecular Toxicology in 2007. He directs a Wilson’s Disease Association Center of Excellence and a basic science laboratory investigating the causes of Parkinson’s disease (environmental and genetic) using cell and zebrafish models as well as population-based studies. His clinical interests include the medical and surgical management of Parkinson’s disease, Wilson’s disease and other movement disorders. Dr. Bronstein active research program includes clinical trials to develop new therapies.

About Dr. Jeff Bronstein

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UCLA School of Medicine