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Saturday 12th January we held a PD Open Day. We have had some lovely feedback comments from patients: May I thank and congratulate you and your colleagues for the so very successful Open Day on Saturday. The presentations were pitched at exactly the right level for the audience, and all those around me were […]
Roger spoke at the ABN MD SIG Conference in Oxford last week on how he saw the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease in 2028. He talked about the possibility of more personalised therapies as well as the hope that we will be moving towards more aggressive interventions earlier in the disease course such as cells and […]
Vittoria, from the laboratory of Elena Cattaneo, was in Cambridge today talking about what she has done with us to better understand normal brain development and how this may be important for studies on Huntington’s Disease and its treatment.
In October along with ACT (Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust) we held an afternoon showcasing the ground-breaking research into Parkinson’s disease. Here are a few images from the day:
We are looking for healthy volunteers to take part in a number of thinking tasks on the computer and paper to help us with a study that is looking into the thinking, memory and attention of our patients. If you have 2 hours spare and would like to help out please contact us. Travel expenses […]
Last night (Wednesday 16th May) Roger spoke at Castle Bar in Cambridge discussing the topic “Fixing the Brain”.
Roger also visited LA this month discussing how best to take cell therapies forward for Huntington’s disease. This brought together key teams working on this problem from Europe, Korea, China and the USA. The meeting was designed to review the current state of the play of the field and how best to proceed to new […]
Last week Roger visited China for a meeting titled ‘Stem cell crossroads’. Please see attachement to view Rogers abstract from the meeting. Roger China Abstract