• Parkinson's UK Research Workshop (5 April 2019)
    Event,  Get Connected,  Networking,  Parkinsons UK,  Research,  RIG

    Parkinson’s UK Research Workshop

    Poster – Parkinson’s UK Research Workshop (5 April 2019) Are you interested in finding out more about Parkinson’s research? Hear from our research team on the latest developments, meet other people affected by the condition and find out how you can help in the search for a cure. Light refreshments will be provided. Places are free but must be booked in advance. Call James Bunting, Research Events Officer, on 0207 963 9315

  • Event,  Replay,  Research,  RIG

    The road to new treatments for Parkinson’s and dementia

    Prof Giovanna Malluci delivered the 7th Edinburgh Parkinson’s Lecture at the University of Edinburgh on Monday, 17th September, 2018 This fascinating talk describes a different approach taken to research which has yielded very promising results in mice models, and not just for Parkinsons but many other neurodegenerative diseases. Replay the video here: https://media.ed.ac.uk/media/The+Edinburgh+Parkinson’s+Lecture+2018/1_ew09ukjo Thanks to our sister group at the Edinburgh Parkinsons Research Interest Group for organising this talk and recording.

  • RIG

    Lessons from Cornwall RIG

    John, with Parkinson’s, and Sue have been involved with the RSN since its inception and Public and Patient Involvement with the NIHR for a good many years. However, their role as VRC has really been what they choose to make it within the bounds of Parkinson’s UK. Why do we do it? When we moved to Cornwall nine years ago we struggled to find information on local research. Nobody really knew what was going on in the area. We met an excellent Consultant who spoke about research and asked if we were interested. We jumped at the chance. Through that consultant we were able to fill in the usual paper scales…

  • Event,  RIG

    Ruth Herman (EoE RIG)

    Diagnosed four years ago, Ruth is still doing pretty well and participating in Parkinson’ UK activities.  Her volunteering for the chairty includes speaker secretary and committee membr of the West Herts Branch, and of course membership of the East of England Research Group.  She is not a scientist and her background is firmly in the area of communication.  With a PhD in propaganda (18th century style) she is wary of any writing that is not clear and accessible to its intended audience. So her aim in the Group is to encourage researchers to think about the words and other communication tools they are using to get their message to the…