PD Webinar 3 - register (Dec 2018)PD200JPD8-4_TMEM230 Gene (OA) (Review Article)JPD8-3_Precision Medicine (OA) (Research Article)JPD8-3_Altered Cortico-Limbic (Research Article)JPD8-1_Changing Landscape (Review)Exosome signallingdiffusionJPD7-2_VPS35 review

Our next webinar will be on December 5, 2018 covering the topic of the genetics of PD. The host will be JPD's EIC Patrik Brundin and panellists include Ron Alcalay, Ziv Gan-Or, and Benjamin Stecher. To register click on the visual or for more details go here

Key breakthroughs that shaped PD research over the last 200 years are covered in this open access special supplement of JPD. All the content is freely available by clicking the image on the right or visiting the following link: JPD 7:s1

This open access review article by Deng et al. summarizes current genetic and functional reports about the TMEM230 gene and focus on its relation with PD. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 8:4, 2018.

This open access paper by Riggare and Hägglund explores patient-initiated self-tracking in PD (finger tapping using a smartphone) and discusses it in the context of precision medicine. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 8:3, 2018.

Research covering the effect of antidepressants on altered cortico-limbic network connectivity in parkinsonian depression is featured in this paper by Morgan et al. in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 8:3, 2018.

Research on prodromal symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), including olfactory impairment and RBD, helps dissect disease etiology in this open access review by Honglei Chen in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 8:1, 2018.

Exosome signaling in Parkinson’s disease pathobiology. Exosomes generated within the multivesicular bodies of the endosomal-lysosomal pathway are the focus of this review by Georg K. Tofaris, openly available in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 7:4, 2017.

Voxelwise DTI analysis of PD patients compared to healthy controls. Olfactory Impairment in Parkinson’s Disease Studied with Diffusion Tensor and Magnetization Transfer Imaging by Georgiopoulosa et al., J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 7:2, 2017.

Mutations in the VPS35 gene encoding a core component of the retromer complex, have recently emerged as a new cause of late-onset, autosomal dominant familial Parkinson’s disease. This review provides a critical discussion of the emerging data: Williams et al., J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol 7:2, 2017.

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It is hard to keep up with all of the organizations currently funding Parkinson's Disease research around the globe. For this reason, JPD has decided to offer its community the Parkinson's Disease Funding Analyzer (PDFA). One hundred and fourteen funders from forty countries are represented including all of the European Union, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Qatar, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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