Research projects

Clinical research projects

Group members are involved in clinical studies focusing on non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease, treatment effects of deep brain stimulation and longitudinal studies of Parkinson's disease.

Laboratory research

Laboratory based studies are based on collected biological material and clinical information from a series of Parkinson's disease patients and controls. Inclusions in studies are ongoing. To date, data from >550 unrelated Norwegian patients and >500 healthy controls have been collected. Samples are stored in a research biobank located at Oslo University Hospital (managed by the group).

Collaborations

COURAGE-PD (European collaborative study on risk factors for PD, funded by JPND).
GEO-PD study group
Scandinavian collaborations (ParkWest, Gothenburg, Linköping, Umeå)

Prof. Lars Bertram and dr. Christina Lill, University of Lübeck and PASIDA study group.

For more information about ongoing research projects go to the links on the left side.

 
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