At Cure Parkinson’s we focus on research with the potential to cure Parkinson’s. We fund clinical trials and preclinical work which seeks to open up new avenues in the search for a cure. There are many ways to get involved in research, whether that’s taking part in a trial, completing a survey, joining a study or sharing your experiences to help shape research.   

In this section you can find information about how you can get involved with Parkinson’s research.

Find studies recruiting

We fund and support clinical trials which seek to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s. Find out about the trials which are recruiting as part of our International Linked Clinical Trials (iLCT) programme developed in partnership with Van Andel Institute (VAI).

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Help shape research

If you are living with Parkinson’s and are interested in research, you have the key skills needed to contribute to shaping research.

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Attend a Research Update Meeting

Cure Parkinson’s hosts regular Research Update Meetings with presentations about the very latest Parkinson’s research.

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The Clinical Trials Charter

If you are thinking about taking part in a clinical trial, our Clinical Trials Charter aims to set a standard of practice for those involved in clinical trials for Parkinson’s.

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As a potential volunteer for a clinical trial in Parkinson’s, you have the choice of whether you would like to be involved or not. The Clinical Trials Charter is a guide to best practice around your commitment within that partnership.

We believe that people living with Parkinson’s represent an enormous opportunity to bring urgency, experience, focus, passion and feedback to the delivery of the science and are a significant resource in the quest for a cure. Without such participation, there is little hope that new products will truly meet the actual needs of the people they are made for, nor will they be delivered with the urgency that is required.

Tom Isaacs, Late Co-founder and President of Cure Parkinson’s

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