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Impulse control and Parkinson’s

Deadline
Who

100 people with Parkinson's

Viola Angela Izzo is looking into impulse control disorders in people with Parkinson’s. 

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Studying symptoms
Distance: From home

MAP Study – Taking medication for long term conditions

Deadline
Who

700+ people with long term health conditions over the age of 18.  You need to be currently taking medication for your condition. 

Anthony Harrison, Dr Gary Latchford and Dr Christopher Graham from Leeds University are investigating if how people who have long term conditions (LTC’s) think and feel affects the way they take their medication.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I don't have Parkinson's
I have a related condition
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Distance: From home

Neuro LTC: Assessing factors and events that influence care needs

Deadline
Who

The researchers would like to hear from people with Parkinson’s and carers (including people who were previously carers). 

Dr Sarah Fearn and Emily Watkins from the University of Southampton are assessing factors and events that influence care needs.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I don't have Parkinson's
Care and services
Questionnaires
Distance: From home

Anxiety and Parkinson’s – how do you view the world?

Deadline
Who

150 people with Parkinson’s, including those who experience anxiety and those who don't

Mazda Beigi and Dr Lonneke van Tuijl from King’s College London are investigating ways people think about common situations and how this may relate to anxiety in people with Parkinson’s.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Studying symptoms
Distance: From home

Psychological well being and Parkinson’s

Deadline
Who

90 people, over the age of 18, who have been diagnosed with Parkinson's for more than 6 months.

Natalie Sowter from Lancaster University is investigating how people with Parkinson's are treated by others, how they view themselves and how their psychological well being is affected.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
Care and services
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Studying symptoms
Distance: From home

Predict PD

Deadline
Who

10,000 people aged 60-80 years who DO NOT have Parkinson’s.

The PREDICT PD team from Queen Mary University London, Wolfson Institute of Preventative Medicine and University College London Institute of Neurology are conducting a study to refine tests that might help to predict Parkinson's.

By 2040 the number of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s will have doubled.

I don't have Parkinson's
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Distance: From home

i-PROGNOSIS; early detection and interventions

Deadline
Who

Any Android or Window smart phone user aged between 40-90 years. 

Professor K Ray Chaudhuri and his research team are supporting the investigation into the i-PROGNOSIS app as a device to assist with the early detection of Parkinson's

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I don't have Parkinson's
I can do at home
Studying symptoms
Distance: From home

Rapsodi – Identifying early features of Parkinson’s and Gaucher

Deadline
Who

800 people with Parkinson’s or Gaucher and family members of people with either condition.

Professor Tony Schapira and the research team across the UK have launched a pioneering online research study. The aim is to understand how subtle changes occur prior to the onset of motor symptoms in Parkinson’s.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I have a related condition
Biological samples
I can do at home
Questionnaires
Studying symptoms
Distance: From home

Accurately monitoring Parkinson’s using a simple photograph of the eyes.

Deadline
Who

70 people with Parkinson’s between 18-90 years of age who are happy to travel to the research centre.

The researchers are also looking for 30 people with either a diagnosis of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) or Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD).

Location
Manchester

Hway Lim and Dr Monty Silverdale at the University of Manchester are looking into a new way of monitoring Parkinson’s.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
I have a related condition
Biological samples
Studying symptoms
Treatments or therapies
Distance: From home

Developing new treatments to improve motivation in Parkinson’s

Deadline
Who

30 people with Parkinson’s who are not taking Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors. You'll also need to be able to take Atomoxetine and have an MRI brain scan.

Location
University of Cambridge

Dr Claire O’Callaghan and her team at the University of Cambridge are conducting a research study to see if a drug called Atomoxetine can boost motivation in people with Parkinson’s.

Diagnosed for more than 3 years
Diagnosed within 3 years
Brain scans
Treatments or therapies
Distance: From home