Caroline discussing the new AZA-PD trial. Caroline discussing the new AZA-PD trial. Posted by The Barker / Williams-Gray Lab on Monday, 20 January 2020
Meet the team . . . Shaline Meet the team . . . Shaline Posted by The Barker / Williams-Gray Lab on Monday, 20 January 2020
Latest press release from Axovant gene therapies “announces positive 12-month data on axo-lenti-PD. Click to view press release
Meet the team. . . Danielle Meet the team. . . Danielle Daft Posted by The Barker / Williams-Gray Lab on Monday, 13 January 2020
Roger spoke at Robinson College on Monday 6th January on the organisation of the motor system and new therapies for Parkinson’s disease. British Neurosurgery Training Course – Functional, Epilepsy and Peripheral Nerve Surgery.
Happy New Year from everyone within the Barker Williams-Gray Lab. 2019 was another great year for us with papers published and listed on PubMed. Thank you to all those that helped with this: the research team, our collaborators and the patients and controls for all those clinical studies. Here’s to 2020 and another great year […]
Roger gave a talk last night to the Lichfield Science and Engineering Society at the Garrick theatre.
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 Barker presented at this years 29th Annual NECTAR meeting, which was held in Cardiff at the Exchange Hotel. Shamma Qarin presented her work on stem cells and Parkinson’s disease during the datablitz session. The meetings bring together scientists, clinicians, patient advocates and industry partners from across Europe and the international community to share the […]
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