INSIGHT into Parkinson’s – Living Brave 11-13 April
PD Warrior, creators of the world’s most comprehensive rehabilitation program for people with Parkinson’s, is proud to bring the Parkinson’s community the INSIGHT 2022 online global conference.Book your place now
Our Spring Research Update meeting 4 May
The theme of presentations and discussions will focus around ‘Why diabetes drugs might be an important potential line of treatment for Parkinson’s’.Book your free place here
Clinical trials recruiting
We fund and support clinical trials which seek to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s. Would you like to find out more about how to get involved in research? Find out about the trials that are recruiting as part of our International Linked Clinical Trials (iLCT) programme developed in partnership with Van Andel Institute.Find out more about taking part in research
Join the movement
More than 80 Parkinson’s Disease organisations and thousands of advocates from 83 countries announce the launch of ‘The Spark,’ a new international symbol for Parkinson’s awareness, to increase conversation and public awareness around the world’s fastest growing neurological disease. This World Parkinson’s Day, the alliance are calling on those impacted by the disease to stand up, speak out and unite to end Parkinson’s. People can join the movement by sharing The Spark with friends, family and on social media channels on Monday, April 11, 2022.Share your spark!
Our Fundraiser of the Year
Peter Burns from Littlehampton has been named as our 2021 Fundraiser of the Year, alongside his fellow fundraiser and team-mate Vicky Knight. The duo organised and took part in an incredible swimming challenge across the Solent in September 2021, raising over £40,000 for the charity. Why not take inspiration from Peter and Vicky and take on a challenge for Cure Parkinson’s this year.Find your next challenge
Nominate a researcher: The Tom Isaacs Award
The Tom Isaacs Award was created in memory of former Cure Parkinson’s co-founder and president Tom Isaacs who died in May 2017 aged 49. Cure Parkinson’s and Van Andel Institute annually and jointly present this award to a researcher who has shown the greatest impact on the lives of people living with Parkinson’s and/or has involved people with Parkinson’s in a participatory way in their work.Nominate your choice of candidate now
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