The design and usability testing of ‘NMS Assist’
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The design and usability testing of ‘NMS Assist’ - a novel smartphone-based non-motor symptoms app in Parkinson’s. University of Plymouth, 15 July 2019.
Why get involved in clinical trials? Read Michael’s story
Michael Broad has Parkinson's, and explains his involvement in a pioneering trial currently being run by the University of Plymouth
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.
Cholesterol-lowering drug Simvastatin trialled as a potential neuro-protective treatment for Parkinson’s
University of Plymouth news: A national clinical trial led by University of Plymouth has started recruiting participants to see if cholesterol-lowering drug Simvastatin has potential as a treatment for Parkinson's
Lab tour showcases Plymouth Parkinson’s disease research
Plymouth University news: Research into Parkinson's disease at Plymouth University has been under the spotlight, as local people affected by the disease meet the researchers who are battling it
Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease – research overview
Plymouth University research: Parkinson’s and neurodegenerative disease – research overview. Further information on our molecular, cellular and biomedical research into neurodegenerative disease.
Volunteers needed for UK/US Parkinson’s disease study
Plymouth University news: Innovative technology to diagnose Parkinson's disease, designed by scientists in the UK and the US is being trialled at Plymouth University and volunteers are needed to help with the study