Parkinson’s at 200 years: an update on Parkinson’s research in 2017

Published on August 31, 2017   41 min
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Hello, my name is Patrick Lewis, and I'm an Associate Professor in The School of Pharmacy at the University of Reading. In this talk, I'll be providing a review of Parkinson's Research in 2016 and 2017, moving towards the 200th anniversary of James Parkinson's publication of his essay on the Shaking Palsy.
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2017 marks an important milestone in Parkinson's research as it has been 200 years since the publication of the Shaking Palsy by James Parkinson, which first described the disease that we now know as Parkinson's Disease; And shown here, on the right hand of the slide is an image of a Parkinson's patient, one of the first images we have of such a patient, drawn by Jean-Martin Charcot working in Paris, who was one of the key people in giving the disease Parkinson's name in honour of his contribution. And we have made a huge amount of progress in those 200 years.
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Parkinson’s at 200 years: an update on Parkinson’s research in 2017

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