Make sure your research makes an impact
If you're a
Parkinson's researcher, we can help you get your research out
So if you have exciting findings, a paper in the
pipeline, or just need some guidance on sharing
your research, we can help.
Find out how Parkinson's UK-funded
research made an impact in 2011.
Make a media splash
Let us know if you've got exciting results or a paper in the
pipeline. Contact us at email@example.com
- we can help your research make a splash.
Uncovering 5 new genes
2011, we were a major funder of groundbreaking international research which
uncovered 5 new genes involved in Parkinson's.
We helped this exciting breakthough get widespread media
coverage, including articles on BBC News online
Step towards stopping dyskinesia
2010, Professor Riccardo Brambilla's
Parkinson's UK-funded research moved us closer to stopping
We made sure Riccardo's exciting results hit the headlines,
Mail Online and a spot on the Good Morning Wales BBC radio
Tell people with Parkinson's about your work
We work with researchers and our local
groups to arrange visits to labs, events, open days and talks
around the UK.
We can help you organise and promote your own event, or provide
opportunities to talk at Parkinson's UK events.
Dr Patrick Lewis, has a senior research fellowship
from Parkinson's UK:
"When I meet people with Parkinson's and carers and see how they cope
with the condition I feel inspired and humbled.
"There is a misconception that the research that we carry out as
scientists is impenetrable to non-scientists.
"But in my experience - from talking to people at a
research day organised by Parkinson's UK and at local support
groups - there is a huge amount of interest in the latest
research and an impressive level of knowledge."
Share your findings through open access publishing
Major advances have come from the research we've supported,
helping to improve treatment and care for people living with
Parkinson's within the UK and worldwide.
We believe the best way to advance research is to share papers as widely as possible through free, unrestricted, online access.
We expect the new ideas and knowledge gained from our
researchers' work to be published in high-quality,
And we believe the best way to advance research is to share
these papers as widely as possible through free, unrestricted,
This means the research we fund can be used by researchers all
over the world, ultimately benefiting people affected by
Need more information on open access publishing?
Hints and tips for communicating your research
If you need further help or guidance, or have any questions,
just get in touch. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org