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Brain rhythms in Parkinson’s: from bench to bedside and back again

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This is the annual Gretschen Amphlet Memorial Lecture, hosted by Parkinson’s UK.

Behind every symphony is a score, where the music is written down to guide the speed of the piece and bring the orchestra together.

Research is just beginning to find out the ‘score’ for Parkinson’s. By recording brain activity in people with Parkinson’s we can find out what areas of the brain are doing and when.

Dr Magill leads a team of lab-based researchers looking at the part of the brain where many of the nerve cells affected by Parkinson’s are located.

Professor Brown’s research takes place directly with people with Parkinson’s in the clinic, unravelling why particular circuits in the brain stop working properly and how these can be restored.

Come along and find out more about how, together, their research will improve understanding of Parkinson’s. Our aim is to develop better treatments and find a cure.

Dr Kieran Breen, Director of Research and Innovation at Parkinson’s UK will introduce the lecture. We’re grateful to Gretschen Amphlet’s family, whose enerosity has made this lecture possible.

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