Four New People join The Cure Parkinson's Trust The Cure Parkinson's Trust is delighted to welcome four new members to the team! Dr Camille Carroll (left) joins our research committee. Dr Carroll is an Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust. She is the chief investigator of the first multicentre Linked Clinical Trials (LCT) trial in the UK – titled PD STAT. Dr Carroll is also National Speciality Lead for Neurodegenerative Diseases for the Clinical Research Network Nick Hazell (right) also joins our research committee. Nick is a lawyer in the City and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2015 aged 42. Nick is, as he puts it, 'keen to find a cure'. David Ashford-Jones (left) joins our trustee committee. Following a successful 25 year career in the pharmaceutical industry where he held senior roles in training, sales and marketing, David founded his international consultancy business, Sagio in 2011. David was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2010 and has since been an active advocate and supporter of The Cure Parkinson's Trust (CPT) contributing to the 'Rallying to the Challenge' project and resulting research publications. Kerry Rock (right) also joins our trustees committee and has over 25 years experience in research, policy and management from across the not-for-profit, commercial and government sectors. Kerry joined Prospecting for Gold as Director of Business Development in 2012, following six years at Action Planning. Prior to that, she ran her own research and communication consultancy. Kerry is a member of the Institute of Fundraising, the Culture Sector Network research committee, the UK Branch of the University of Melbourne Alumni Association and the Market Research Society.