Home Based Parkinson’s Care
The University of Plymouth's Applied Parkinson's Research Group is led by Dr Camille Carroll and are undertaking the Home Based Parkinson's Care that aims to empower people with Parkinson's through a new, self-care pathway.
The doctor won’t see you now: the role of technology to support participatory health care
Dr Terry Gorst, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth explores the role of wearable technology and home-based care to support people with Parkinson's in taking charge of their care.
Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease research
University of Plymouth research: Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease research. International research group for in vivo and in vitro studies of neurodegeneration.
Multi-arm, multi-stage trial platform
Multi-arm, multi-stage trial platform is led by Dr Camille Carrol at the University of Plymouth and is looking at improving clinical trial design for Parkinson's therapies. Dr Carroll leads the Applied Parkinson's Research Group.
Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease – research overview
University of Plymouth research: Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease – research overview. Further information on our molecular, cellular and biomedical research into neurodegenerative disease.
New technology to empower Parkinson’s patients
People with Parkinson’s could see their care transformed thanks to a new service involving wearable technology.
Plymouth Parkinson’s Service wins at national industry awards
A team led by Dr Camille Carroll won an award at the national UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network awards.
Blocking mitochondrial fission has potential as an effective treatment for Parkinson’s Disease
Plymouth University news: When a particular protein in mitochondrial fission is blocked it reduces both cell death and deficits in dopamine release in Parkinson’s Disease. The way is now open to use this as a treatment to reverse or cure the condition.
Study to investigate the role of proteins in dementia
Plymouth University news: Researchers at Plymouth University are to investigate the role of proteins in dementia, and to see how that role might be developed as a therapy, thanks to funding from dementia charity BRACE