The OPDC Research Day is a one-day event with research talks from world leading Parkinson’s researchers on topics including clinical studies, imaging, genetics, proteomics, neuronal cells and animal models.
Registration for the 2018 OPDC research day is free and includes refreshments, lunch and reception. Please complete the registration form below to join us at this exciting event.
Registration closes on September 26th 2018
REM sleep behaviour disorder: a window into prodromal Parkinson’s
Dr Paul Reading is a Consultant Neurologist, at James Cook University Hospital
Dr Reading’s particular interests are narcolepsy, abnormal sleep in neurodegenerative disease (particularly parkinsonian syndromes) and parasomnias. He has been running a bi-weekly Neurology Sleep Clinic for over 12 years alongside his general neurology workload.
Parkinson's disease: from genes to personalized treatments
Dr Thomas Gasser is Professor of Neurology and Director of the Department of Neurodegenerative Diseases at Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, University of Tubingen
His research is primarily focused on the identification of genes and loci that are involved in the development of Parkinson’s disease, and the analysis of the functional consequences of variations in the identified genes.
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Please note this is the registration form for the research day to be held at the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre aimed at Parkinson's researchers.
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