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  • First ASAP In-Person Meeting

    It was a reunion for some and a first union for many as members of ASAP’s Collaborative Research Network (CRN) gathered for their inaugural in-person meeting in early April.

  • GP2 Celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Women scientists have historically gone unrecognized for their fundamental contributions. Today and every day, GP2 recognizes and works to empower women to lead, create, and innovate in the field of PD genetics around the world.

  • GP2 Awards PhD Trainees

    As the demand for Parkinson's disease genetics specialists continues to grow, GP2 is committed to providing opportunities and training to researchers around the world. With GP2's support, the work and discoveries of our next generation of researchers will accelerate the path to a cure for PD.

  • MJFF Announces New Research Opportunity

    The Parkinson’s Progression Markers Initiative, a landmark study sponsored by the Michael J. Fox Foundation, is expanding with a new online platform. Your participation could help researchers find better ways to measure, treat and potentially prevent Parkinson’s. Get started today!

  • GP2-Funded Training Opportunity: Online Courses by FAES at the NIH

    Researchers looking to level up their bioinformatics and data science skills are invited to apply for GP2 funding to attend online courses delivered by the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Click below to find out more and access the application.

  • First-of-its-Kind DNA Biobank Opens in Peru

    ASAP, through GP2 and in partnership with LARGE-PD and the MJFF, celebrated a shared milestone with the inauguration of the DNA Biobank at the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Neurológicas. The Biobank will help accelerate collaboration and greater genetic representation of Latin American participants in research.