Parkinson's disease

Understanding Parkinson’s genetics with Open Science

22 Dec 2020

Dr. Ziv Gan-Or is using Open Science methods to identify genes strongly linked to Parkinson’s disease, an important step in understanding the genetics of this condition.

Neuro researchers part of major funding announcement

18 Sep 2020

A group of scientists at University of Montreal, The Neuro and McGill University has been awarded a major research grant of over $12.5 million

New Parkinson’s network seeking patients

22 Jun 2020

A new Parkinson’s network is inviting people living with the disease to help improve lives of patients and ultimately discover a cure.

Using sleep disorder to predict Parkinson’s disease

Published: 4Mar2019

Large international study will help select and categorize patients for better clinical trials...

The Neuro marks Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Published: 9Apr2018

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, a time to give special attention to a disease that affects approximately 100,000 Canadians. As a centre for both research and clinical treatment of Parkinson’s...

Disease causing mutation found in French-Canadians

Published: 1Oct2018

Carriers at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disease ...

Passion for science leads Rhalena Thomas to The Neuro to find a cure for Parkinson's disease

20 Dec 2019

Dr. Rhalena Thomas is an HBHL Postdoctoral Fellow who uses computational biology to study genes implicated in Parkinson’s disease.

Researchers open new path of discovery in Parkinson’s disease

Published: 27Jun2016

A team of scientists led by Dr. Michel Desjardins from the University of Montreal and Dr. Heidi McBride from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (MNI) at McGill University have...

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