Please join us at the offices of Deloitte in London on Tuesday 7 November 2017 for our Autumn Research Up-date Meeting.

We are delighted to announce an exciting agenda of updates below.                                                                                                                                                            

Research Up-date Meeting                                                                                                                          *Draft Agenda*

From 3pm: Registration

3.15pm: Introduction to the meeting. By Helen Matthews, Chief Operating Officer at The Cure Parkinson’s Trust.

3.20pm: Diabetes Treatments:  could they slow or even stop Parkinson’s progression? Bydureon trial results and defining the next steps. By Dr Dilan Athauda and/or Professor Tom Foltynie followed by a Q&A session with trial participants led by Dr Joy Duffen, Projects Manager, The Cure Parkinson's Trust.

4.00pm: Linked Clinical Trials: Trials of Treatments to Change the Course of Parkinson’s. Targeted progress to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s. By Dr Richard Wyse, Director or Research and Development, The Cure Parkinson's Trust.

4.30pm: Tea/Coffee

4.50pm: Understanding Risk and Benefit in Parkinson’s Treatment and Trials:  survey findings and development of a tool to inform decision making. (Short film) Discussion led by Leah Mursaleen, Involvement and Research Officer and Helen Matthews, Chief Operating Officer, The Cure Parkinson's Trust.

5.20pm: How can advocacy influence Parkinson’s research? Identifying the need, the potential impact and the best methods. With advocates Vicki Dillon, Richard Windle and David Jones. Discussion led by Lyndsey Isaacs.

5.45pm: Meeting closes – Drinks and Canapés                                                                                                                               

At a previous Research Up-date Meeting we asked our audience why they support the work of The Cure Parkinson's Trust. Watch the video below to find out what they had to say.

Our research meetings are always very popular so please register below for your free place now.