Research holds the key to unlock the mysteries of Parkinson’s disease, to improve your quality of life through better treatments, and to move us closer to a cure.
The Parkinson Canada National Research Program funds research into the cure, cause, improved treatment and understanding of Parkinson’s disease and related disorders including: Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), other Parkinson’s conditions and the impact these diseases have on society.
ABOUT THE PARKINSON CANADA NATIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
SHARING INTERNATIONAL KNOWLEDGE
Dr. Andrew Lees delivered the 2017 Donald Calne lecture. The Donald Calne Lectureship invites a renowned Parkinson’s researcher from around the world to give a special lecture each year in Canada. Watch, listen and learn from this series of recorded Donald Calne lectures.