ASAP’s second annual Celebration of Scientific Achievement (COSA) showcased the outstanding contributions of young investigators across our Collaborative Research Network (CRN). This year’s event attracted over 400 participants, with 140 abstracts being showcased from across the network.
GP2's trainee network consists of nearly 150 members worldwide. Some of these trainees recently attended the inaugural Annual Investigators Meeting in Madrid, Spain. Take a look at their impressions of the meeting and GP2's ambitious work.
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.
An ASAP research initiative digs into the mystery of paradoxical kinesia—the swift movement in patients whose motor functions are impaired by Parkinson’s Disease.
An international team of researchers investigates ‘waste collection’ in human cells and helps to create the foundation for treatment of PD.
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.