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National Leadership Team


Jaskereet Gujral

Founder & CEO

Jaskeerat is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania studying Neuroscience. He is passionate about medicine and has many hobbies, such as drawing, playing chess, playing basketball, and spending time with friends. Jaskeerat got involved in Parkinson's disease because he conducted clinical research on how Ginkgo biloba could mitigate mood and motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease.


Around that time, Jaskeerat's relative passed away from Parkinson's, and so he was motivated to help PD patients live a more enjoyable and happier life.


Udit Garg

Founder & President

Udit is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania studying Bioengineering. He is extremely passionate for helping those who are suffering from Parkinson's and Neurodegenerative Diseases. In the past he has designed and built medical devices for those living with Parkinson's.


His passion stems from his Grandmother who was affected by neurodegenerative diseases. He now wants to provide a support system between the youth and people living with Parkinson's in his local communities.


Om Gandhi

Head of Outreach

Om is a junior from Barrington, IL studying bioengineering, neuroscience, and public health at the University of Pennsylvania.


At Penn Medicine and CHOP, he’s developing immune & metabolic therapies for neurological malignancies, while also conducting research on clinical neuroscience outcomes and community health models. Om’s interest in Parkinson’s disease emerged from volunteering with Parkinson’s patients in high school, where he saw how social isolation can affect their quality of life.


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Board of Advisors


Whitley Aamodt, MD, MPH

Neurology, Penn Medicine


Nabila Dahodwala, MD, MS

Neurology, Penn Medicine


Suzanne Reichwein, MSW

Manager of Research and Clinical Programs at Penn Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center 

Image by Dennis Schweizer

Kayla Ferguson

Grants Program Manager, Davis Phinney Foundation

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