Title of project or programme

The Monument Discovery Award

Principal Investigators of project/programme grant
Title Forname Surname Institution Country
Dr Richard Wade-Martins  University of Oxford United Kingdom
 Dr  Olaf  Ansorge  University of Oxford  United Kingdom
 Professor  Yoav  Ben-Shlomo  University of Oxford  United Kingdom
 Professor  Paul  Bolam  University of Oxford  United Kingdom
 Dr  Stephanie  Cragg  University of Oxford  United Kingdom
 Dr  Michelle  Hu  University of Oxford  United Kingdom
Address of institution of lead PI
Institution University of Oxford, Christ Church
Street Address St. Aldates
City Oxford
Postcode OX1 1DP
Country

United Kingdom

Source of funding information

Parkinson’s UK

Total sum awarded (Euro)

5847950.76

Start date of award

01/02/2010

Total duration of award in months

60

The project/programme is most relevant to
  • Parkinson’s disease
Keywords
Research abstract in English

The Monument Discovery Award ultimately aims to find a cure for Parkinson’s – to develop treatments that allow everyone to live free from the symptoms of the condition. Diagnosing Parkinson’s before the earliest movement symptoms appear, combined with more effective treatments that tackle the root causes of nerve cell death, will be crucial steps towards a cure. The themes are: Theme 1: What happens inside the nerve cells that die in Parkinson’s? Theme 2: Better animal models that truly reflect Parkinson’s Theme 3: Diagnosing Parkinson’s earlier – before the symptoms develop

Lay summary

Types: Investments > €500k
Member States: United Kingdom
Diseases: Parkinson's disease & PD-related disorders
Years: 2011
Database Categories: N/A
Database Tags: N/A

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