A Collection of Quarterly Webinars

In this quarterly webinar series, Chair Professor Patrik Brundin is joined by fellow panelists to discuss recent Parkinson’s research. If you are interested in watching and receiving information on future webinars, please sign up to Parkinson’s Movement, using the button below.

Our sixth webinar took place on Wednesday 2nd October 2019. Professor Patrik Brundin chaired the panel discussion on Dyskinesia in Parkinson’s, joined by Professor Ray Chaudhuri, Professor Robert Hauser, Professor Angela Cenci Nilsson and Martin Taylor.

Panellists Prof Ray Chaudhuri and Prof Robert Hauser have answered some questions that were asked during the live Q&A.  Please download via the link below:

Dyskinesia webinar Q&A

See also some associated reading mentioned in the Q&A:

Thank you to all the Parkinson’s Movement members who completed the recent Parkinson Alliance survey on dyskinesias and off states for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. You can find the results of the survey by clicking the link below:

Our fifth webinar took place on Wednesday 12th June 2019. Professor Patrick Brundin chaired the panel discussion on stem cell research in Parkinson’s, joined by Professor Roger Barker, Professor Claire Henchcliffe, and Gaynor Edwards.

Our fourth webinar took place on Wednesday 6th March 2019. Professor Patrick Brundin chaired the panel discussion on Sleep in Parkinson’s, featuring recent papers including: ‘The sleep-wake cycle regulates brain insterstitial fluid tau in mice and CSF tau in humans’. 

Our third webinar took place on Wednesday 5th December 2018. Chair Professor Patrick Brundin was joined by Dr Ziv Gan-Or, Benjamin Stetcher, Dr Roy Alcalay, Dr Gaurav Gupta and Jonathan Silverstein to discuss recent papers from Genetics to the Clinic.

Our second webinar took place on Thursday 20th September 2018. Chaired by Professor Patrick Brundin, the panel discussed Per Borghammer’s paper “How Does Parkinson’s Disease Begin? Perspectives on Neuroanatomical Pathways, Prions, and Histology” (click here for PM summary).

Professor Brundin was joined by fellow panellists Professor Tom Foltynie from University College London (UCL), who led the exenatide trial, Nigel Greig and Dimitrios Kapogiannis from the National Institute of Ageing (NIA), and exenatide trial participant Penny Kustow.

On the 19th June 2018, we were delighted to hold the first of our new quarterly Parkinson’s webinar series in partnership with The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease.

The inaugural webinar discussion led by Chair Professor Patrick Brundin examined the paper “What effects might exenatide have on non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease: A post hoc analysis”, by Dr Dilan Athauda et al (read our PM summary here).

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