World Parkinson Congress honors Julie Carter for distinguished contributions

September 24, 2016

Julie CarterJulie Carter, R.N., M.N., A.N.P., professor of neurology, OHSU School of Medicine, was recently recognized for her numerous contributions to clinical care, research and service for people with Parkinson's disease. During the fourth annual World Parkinson Congress earlier this month, she received the 2016 WPC Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson Community.

Carter is co-founder and past co-director of the OHSU Parkinson Center of Oregon and Movement Disorders Program. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees at OHSU and joined the OHSU movement disorders faculty in 1979.

View a video about Carter's work on Facebook.

Read more about the WPC awards.