Join us for our Autumn Research Update meeting which will this year feature the 'Alan Lewin Memorial Lecture' being presented by Dr Alan Whone, who will explain an innovative project in Bristol involving a “Smart House” in an effort to design better measures of Parkinson’s.  This was an area that Alan Lewin was passionate about and his involvement in the SENSE-PARK EU funded project a few years ago was instrumental in its success.

Draft agenda

2.30 pm - Registration and arrival

2.45 pm - Opening remarks

2.45 pm - Linked Clinical Trials: driving innovation in Parkinson’s treatments with the potential to slow, stop and reverse the condition - Dr Richard Wyse

3.30 pm - Speeding up the clinical trial process: Multi-arm study design becoming a reality - Dr Camille Carroll

4.15 pm - Tea/coffee

4.40 pm - The Alan Lewin Lecture: 'Outcomes: Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) excellent for measuring dopamine responsiveness but what about other aspects of Parkinson’s?' - Alan Whone

5.30 pm - Panel discussion: Novel measures - Lyndsey Isaacs, Eros Bresolin, Dr Simon Stott

6.00 pm - Closing remarks followed by drinks and canapés