Watch the Webinar Rercording Hosted by JPD, Parkinson's Movement and CPT, the "Neurotrophic Factors" webinar took place on Jun 3, 2020. Click on the image to view the recording on the IOS Press YouTube channel! Read more about this webinar series here
View open access commentary An open access commentary that explores how COVID-19 might contribute to the expected exponential growth of PD in the coming years. Click on the image to view the press release & to read this important article go here
View open access commentary An open access commentary by Rick Hemlich and Bas Bloem has been published in JPD about the impact of COVID-19 on the Parkinson's community. Click on the image view the press release about this commentary.
This open access review article by De Mattos, et al. looks at basic molecular and cellular principles of alpha-synuclein aggregation and their connection protein quality control. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 10:2, 2020.
This open access review article by Zuzuárregui and Ostrem looks at the impact of deep brain stimulation on sleep patterns and sleep disorders in PD. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 10:2, 2020.
This open access review article about "brain-first" vs "gut-first" in PD by Borghammer and Van Den Berge presents a proposal that provides a fresh hypothesis-generating framework fo future studies into the etiopathogenesis of PD. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 9:s2, 2019.
This open access review article by Barbut et al. looks at alpha-synuclein and how its overproduction in the enteric nervous system (ENS) and chronic trafficking to the CNS may damage nerves and lead to Parkinson’s disease. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 9:s2, 2019.
This open access review by Tessitore et al. summarizes the findings of resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (RS-fMRI) studies that highlight the role of re-organization and adaption of brain networks in the course of PD. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 9:4, 2019.
This open access review article by Mohamed et al. looks at induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology for PD research. Representation of the multiple tools available for creating in vitro models using iPSC. Published in: J. Parkinsons Dis., Vol. 9:2, 2019.
Read the new JPD open access special issue PD 20 Years from Now – A new open access special issue of JPD (Vol.8, Iss.s1) is available that addresses where Parkinson's research & treatment will be 20 years from now. Read 19 exciting papers written by experts 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