A great collaborative review out now on “Visual hallucinations in neurological and ophthalmological disease: pathophysiology and management”. Please follow the link to read. Download Publication
“Peripheral innate immune and bacterial signals relate to clinical heterogeneity in Parkinson’s disease”- new release to check out below: https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S0889159119312619… With a great diagram too courtesy of Alice White.
Want to understand more about the role of inflammation in Parkinson’s disease? Have a watch of the video below.
“The development of suitable blood-based biomarkers to predict outcomes is important for neurodegenerative diseases such as PD, which progress over many years. The markers that we have identified need to be validated in further studies but could ultimately help with planning more targeted management for patients earlier in their disease course. Furthermore, a better understanding […]
The latest patient was dosed in the gene therapy trial SUNRISE-PD, today in Cambridge.
Last week Roger, Danielle and Emma attended a 2 day protocol writing meeting in Lund, Sweden. The STEM-PD project is currently in the early stages of regulatory development.
Caroline Williams-Gray discusses the AZA-PD trial, a new clinical trial testing the immunosuppressive drug azathioprine in Parkinson’s disease, which is due to begin here at the Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair in the coming weeks. The trial is funded by the Cambridge Centre for Parkinson-Plus (https://ccpp.cam.ac.uk/) and by the Cure Parkinson’s Trust (https://www.cureparkinsons.org.uk/news/azathioprine-in-pd), and is […]
Roger Barker and Caroline Williams-Gray were invited to talk at the event, held on Friday at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London. Roger spoke on stem cell strategies for the treatment of PD, while Caroline spoke around cognitive syndromes in PD.
Roger participated in an online Webinar, follow the below link to watch! https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/webinars/can-we-repair-the-brain-in-parkinsons-disease-325873
On Saturday 9th November 2019 we held our annual Parkinson’s Disease open day. We had a fantastic turnout from patients and their families. We would like to thank everyone for their involvement in the day. A special thanks to the speakers, who gave a series of terrific talks on the day which can be seen […]