Dundee Parkinson's Research Campaign
We know that we are capable of taking leaps forward in our quest to develop new treatments for Parkinson’s disease but we need your help
We want to make Dundee the global centre for Parkinson’s research. Large parts of the puzzle - respected experts, state-of-the-art facilities, established links with charitable foundations and pharma - are already in place. But while we have made significant steps, we know that we are capable of taking leaps forward in our quest to develop new treatments for Parkinson’s disease.
But for that to happen we need your help. Parkinson’s has not given up its secrets easily, but our experts have a proven track record of success in making breakthroughs that could lead to even bigger discoveries. We have the people, the commitment and the determination to make a difference, but we need to keep attracting the brightest minds and purchasing the latest technology if we do not want to waste this potential.
Our team works with people living with Parkinson’s every day. They inspire us and motivate us to do what we do. But we want to do more, and that is why we turn to you. Together we have the potential to transform lives now and for years to come.
You can support the Dundee Parkinson’s Campaign by making a donation online. You can also extend your support by setting up a monthly, quarterly or annual Direct Debit online (ensuring you select "Parkinson’s Campaign" from the drop-down menu).
Professor Dario Alessi has been awarded the Robert A. Pritzker Prize for Leadership in Parkinson’s Research by the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF), recognising his exceptional research contributions to the disease
A study that could lead to the development of new treatments for people living with Parkinson’s disease has launched at the University of Dundee.
Researchers at the University of Dundee have thanked members of the public who funded the purchase of new technology that could lead to new treatments for Parkinson’s disease.
Researchers from the University of Dundee have discovered a small molecule that helps to eliminate a Parkinson’s disease-causing protein
All roads lead west for a University of Dundee scientist who is using pedal power to fund research into Parkinson’s disease.
Mutations in PINK1 are the second most frequent cause of autosomal recessive early-onset Parkinson’s disease.
Scientists at the University of Dundee and Harvard Medical School have identified the key targets of an enzyme that play a critical role in protecting the brain against the development of Parkinson’s disease.