Webinar Discussion: “How Does Parkinson’s Disease Begin? Neuroanatomical Pathways, Prions, and Histology.” We were delighted to host the second Parkinson’s webinar in our new quarterly series in partnership with Journal of Parkinson’s Disease and Parkinson’s Movement on the 20th September. The webinar discussion led by Chair Professor Patrick Brundin discussed the 2017 paper “How Does Parkinson’s Disease Begin? Perspectives on Neuroanatomical Pathways, Prions, and Histology.” By Professor Per Borghammer. Professor Patrick Brundin was joined by fellow panellists Dr Filip Scheperjans a clinical neurologist working in Helsinki, Dr Jon Stamford a neuroscientist and person living with Parkinson’s and Dr Viviane LaBrie from the Van Andel Research Institute. The next webinar will take place on Wednesday 5th December and further details can be found here. Click here to re-watch the first webinar in this new series, in which the panel discussed the question: 'Does Exenatide reduce non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease?'