GP2 is a project developed to support meaningful, multidisciplinary collaborations to tackle scientific challenges in Parkinson’s disease. We are constantly generating resources that provide guidance and helpful information for scientists and investigators around the world. 

  • GP2 Overview Manuscript

    By GP2 Staff | |

    This pre-print covers the aims and objectives of the Global Parkinson's Genetics Program, an ambitious five-year resource project.

  • GP2 Code Policy

    By GP2 Staff | |

    GP2 wants the data and code to be used as widely and openly as possible, calling for a need to standardize the code across analysis teams. This policy outlines guidance and expectations for code standardization.

  • Clinical Data Core Data Set

    By GP2 Staff | |

    The recommended core/minimal data set is outlined in this document. These data elements are not mandatory for GP2 to include cohorts in the selection process, however, they may be helpful as a guide for new cohorts.

  • eCRF Document

    By GP2 Staff | |

    The Monogenic Portal enables clinicians and researchers around the world to contribute data and samples from families with PD, and obtain the results of genetics studies. The details of the electronic case report form (e-CRF) through which details of families/cases can be submitted are outlined here.

  • Sample Prioritization Table

    By GP2 Staff | |

    The Monogenic Hub of GP2 are prioritizing cases where a monogenic cause of Parkinson’s disease is strongly suspected. Multiple factors will be considered and scoring criteria will be used.

  • Consent Guidelines and Recommended Language

    By GP2 Staff | |

    GP2 has developed the following template text to assist researchers who wish to submit samples and/or data to GP2. The template text is intended as a guide, and it can be adapted to reflect local requirements.