Michael J. Fox Foundation funds second Rowan University Parkinson’s Disease study

By Carly Q. Romalino/ South Jersey Times

Postdoctoral researcher Nimish Acharya, center, along with students Cassandra DeMarshall and Abhirup Sarkar, are working with Dr. Robert Nagele of the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine in developing a diagnostic test that can detect Alzheimers and Parkinsons before symptoms develop, Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013.

(Staff Photo by Tim Hawk/South Jersey Times)

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By Carly Q. Romalino/ South Jersey Times

The Michael J. Fox Foundation has taken a $700,000 interest in Parkinson’s disease research that was born in South Jersey and promises to produce a diagnostic test for early detection of the disease.

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