Parkinson's Disease Café, Oxford Town Hall, 3 July 2013

Laura Walton, Daniel Huggins and Janine Smith from Oxford Computer Consultants attended a very interesting morning about new investigative treatments for Parkinson's Disease (PD).

There were three presentations with Q&A and Breakout sessions. Professor Ray Chaudhuri, Medical Director of the NPF Centre of Excellence Kings College Hospital, London, gave an update on invasive therapies and interventions which may be available in the future, and Alex Green from the Department of Neurosurgery, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford discussed the process of drug development. His main research interest is in Deep Brain Stimulation. The patient perspective of clinical trial involvement was given by Richard Windle, patient group representative. All in all a very illuminating morning.

Parkinson's Disease Café

If you missed it, you can now watch it on EPDA's twitter page.