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Get involved in Parkinson's research

Get involved in Parkinson's research

Dr Heather Mortiboys with two visits to the SITraN research centre in Sheffield

There are many ways you can help us find a cure for Parkinson's.

Joining our Research Support Network, taking part in a research study or pledging your brain for research are just a few.

Without your support, our research couldn't happen.

What can I do?

Take part in research studies

Find a research study trial near you to take part in

Read research news

Nerve cell grown from human skin

Read our news stories on all the latest in Parkinson's research

Join the Research Support Network

Get connected with Parkinson's research

Sign up to receive all the latest news and opportunities

What else is there?

Come to a research event

Research Support Network conference audience

Join us at one of our events in the UK to hear the latest research developments

Time for a new treatment

We won't wait - it's time for a new treatment

We need your help - invest in our research and help make more clinical trials happen.

Our research magazine

Microscopic image of stem cells

Get informed and read Progress - our free magazine on the latest research

Sharing experiences

When the opportunity came to participate in a research trial that seemed particularly interesting I jumped at the chance.

Tom, clinical research trial participant
Tom Phipps, who is taking part in the GDNF clinical trial