Cell replacement therapy - TRANSEURO Image courtesy of Tilo Kunath Edinburgh University Cell transplantation: TransEuro, Professor Roger Barker, University of Cambridge TRANSEURO, involving a consortium of scientists led by Professor Roger Barker in Cambridge and funded in part by CPT and by the EU, has developed a clear pathway to use stem cells as a viable treatment for Parkinson's (PD), and is addressing the previously mismatched results of various preceding trials in this field. This is an exciting line of Parkinson's research - read a more detailed review here. As part of this research area , we are also funding Dr Tilo Kunath, Edinburgh University in a detailed investigation of the best cell lines for use in PD treatment as well as the best methods of tissue preparation and delivery. This clinical study involves over 60 people with Parkinson’s across four centres in Europe. Click here to download more detailed information about this trial. If you would like to help us drive forward our research to slow, stop, reverse Parkinson's - please donate now - thank you.