The Take Part Hub: Find research for you.
Research ranges from questionnaires you can fill in at home to trialling new treatments. Whatever you're ready for, you can make a difference by taking part.
How do I find out about the latest opportunities?
Our Research Support Network helps you get connected, take part in and have your say on Parkinson's research. Join to receive local opportunities straight to your inbox.
Who can take part in research?
Researchers need both people with and without Parkinson's to take part in research. Without volunteers, progress in Parkinson’s research would be impossible.
How do I take part?
Our Take Part Hub above allows you to search for local research. Simply type in your postcode to find a range of opportunities. Once you've found something interesting just contact the research centre nearest you, their details are at the bottom of the project page.
The information we provided is only for your consideration. We recommend you contact the research teams who can discuss their research with you and recruit you.
How do I find out more?
Anyone who is considering taking part in research should speak to the professionals managing the project for more in-depth information. Contact details can be found on the project page.
If you have any queries, qualms or concerns please do ask the researchers. They should make your research visit as easy and enjoyable as possible.
You can pick and choose
"It was interesting and exciting to be doing something completely different. You're made to feel that you are contributing.
"You can pick and choose - there's lots of projects. It's something that anybody can do."
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Can’t give in. Can find a cure.
Together, we’re a people-powered movement. Scientists. Volunteers. Researchers. Members. People with Parkinson’s and the people who love and care for them. We are the Parkinson’s community.
We’re shaping research. We’re changing lives. And we’re close to major breakthroughs, but we can’t stop now.