The 9th Annual GEO-PD
Vancouver, British Columbia
September 10-12, 2014
The 9th annual GEO-PD meeting will be hosted by Prof. Matthew Farrer and the Centre for Brain Health at the University of British Columbia, Canada.
The Section of Clinical and Molecular Neurogenetics, University of Luebeck
“Discovering the genetic factors causing or contributing to movement disorders is the Section’s main aim of research.”
Dr. Christine Klein and The Clinical and Molecular Neurogenetics team engage in a large network of national and international collaborations that unite to foster cross-theme, multidisciplinary research that can be directly applied to patient care.
Latest Research NewsA recent GEOPD study led by Dr. Demetrius Maraganore included over 20 centers and 6,000 patients and was recently published in Movement Disorders — the first ever to examine the association of alpha-synuclein variations with survival in Parkinson’s disease.
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- GEO-PD – RVCD sequencing & genotyping project
- Research Electronic Data Capture and Sharing of Outcomes Data and DNAs in PD