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JPD 11

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Roles of Non-Coding RNAs as Novel Diagnostic Biomarkers in Parkinson’s Disease – Open Access 
Manna, Ida | Quattrone, Andrea | De Benedittis, Selene | Iaccino, Enrico | Quattrone, Aldo

Parkinson’s Disease and the Gut: Symptoms, Nutrition, and Microbiota – Open Access 
Yemula, Nehal | Dietrich, Celina | Dostal, Vaclav | Hornberger, Michael

Oral Health Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease: More than Meets the Eye – Open Access 
Auffret, Manon | Meuric, Vincent | Boyer, Emile | Bonnaure-Mallet, Martine | Vérin, Marc

Barriers to Accessing Healthcare Services for People with Parkinson’s Disease: A Scoping Review – Open Access 
Zaman, Muhammed Shahriar | Ghahari, Setareh | McColl, Mary Ann

A Summary of Phenotypes Observed in the In Vivo Rodent Alpha-Synuclein Preformed Fibril Model – Open Access 
Polinski, Nicole K.

An Emerging Role for Phosphoinositides in the Pathophysiology of Parkinson’s Disease– Open Access 
Schechter, Meir | Sharon, Ronit

Lack of Association Between GBA Mutations and Motor Complications in European and American Parkinson’s Disease Cohorts – Open Access 
Maple-Grødem, Jodi | Paul, Kimberly C. | Dalen, Ingvild | Ngo, Kathie J. | Wong, Darice | Macleod, Angus D. | Counsell, Carl E. | Bäckström, David | et al.

Worsened Parkinson’s Disease Progression: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic – Openly Available 
Ineichen, Christian | Baumann-Vogel, Heide | Sitzler, Matthias | Waldvogel, Daniel | Baumann, Christian R.

Ethical Aspects of Personal Science for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease: What Happens When Self-Tracking Goes from Selfcare to Publication? – Open Access 
Riggare, Sara | Hägglund, Maria | Bredenoord, Annelien L. | de Groot, Martijn | Bloem, Bastiaan R.

Diabetes Mellitus and Parkinson’s Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses 
Komici, Klara | Femminella, Grazia Daniela | Bencivenga, Leonardo | Rengo, Giuseppe | Pagano, Gennaro

The Experiences of Treatment Burden in People with Parkinson’s Disease and Their Caregivers: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies 
Tan, Qian Yue | Cox, Natalie J. | Lim, Stephen E.R. | Coutts, Laura | Fraser, Simon D.S. | Roberts, Helen C. | Ibrahim, Kinda

Effectiveness of Long-Term Physiotherapy in Parkinson’s Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis – Open Access 
Okada, Yohei | Ohtsuka, Hiroyuki | Kamata, Noriyuki | Yamamoto, Satoshi | Sawada, Makoto | Nakamura, Junji | Okamoto, Masayuki | et al.

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Parkinson’s Disease Drug Therapies in the Clinical Trial Pipeline: 2021 Update – Open Access (Review Article in Vol.11, Iss.3, 2021) 
McFarthing, Kevin | Rafaloff, Gary | Baptista, Marco A.S. | Wyse, Richard K. | Stott, Simon R. W.

Effectiveness of Long-Term Physiotherapy in Parkinson’s Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis – Open Access (Research Article in Vol.11, Iss.4, 2021) 
Okada, Yohei | Ohtsuka, Hiroyuki | Kamata, Noriyuki | Yamamoto, Satoshi | Sawada, Makoto | Nakamura, Junji | Okamoto, Masayuki | Narita, Masaru | Nikaido, Yasutaka | et al.

Parkinsonism as a Third Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic? – Open Access(Research Article in Vol.10, Iss.4, 2020) 
Beauchamp, Leah C. | Finkelstein, David I. | Bush, Ashley I. | Evans, Andrew H. | Barnham, Kevin J.

Digital Progression Biomarkers as Novel Endpoints in Clinical Trials: A Multistakeholder Perspective – Open Access (Review Article in Vol.11, Iss.s1, 2021) 
Stephenson, Diane | Badawy, Reham | Mathur, Soania | Tome, Maria | Rochester, Lynno

COVID-19 Vaccination for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease: Light at the End of the Tunnel? – Open Access (Article Commentary in Vol.11, Iss.1, 2021) (View Press Release
Bloem, Bastiaan R. | Trenkwalder, Claudia | Sanchez-Ferro, Alvaro | Kalia, Lorraine V. | Alcalay, Roy | Chiang, Han-Lin | Kang, Un Jung | Goetz, Christopher | Brundin, Patrik | Papa, Stella M.

Non-Genetic Risk Factors for Parkinson’s Disease: An Overview of 46 Systematic Reviews – Open Access (Review Article in Vol.11, Iss.3, 2021) 
Chen, Yancong | Sun, Xuemei | Lin, Yali | Zhang, Zixuan | Gao, Yinyan | Wu, Irene X.Y.

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Deep Brain Stimulation Webinar: Register Your Place!

The next webinar on Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) will take place on December 8, 2021. The discussion will be chaired by Patrik Brundin (Van Andel Institute, USA) in conversation with: Helen Bronte-Stewart, MD, MS (Stanford University, USA); Tom Foltynie, MD, PhD (University College London, UK); and David Jones, a pharma entrepreneur who has undergone DBS in the UK. Join the webinar to hear about global research around new DBS approaches and targets. The event is free to attend, with limited spaces to join the live discussion and put questions to the experts.

Register to attend the free webinar by clicking the visual below:

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The next World Parkinson Coalition (WPC) event that you can sign up for is the talk by Heidi McBride, PhD that is happening in November!

WPC Research Spotlight: Promise and Power of Collaboration 
Nov 15, 2021 | 11:00 ET, 16:00 GMT, 17:00 CET | Online

You can join the event to hear Professor Heid McBride (McGill University) discussing the challenges of studying Parkinson’s disease (PD) across scales (molecules to cell biology to tissues and interconnectiveness of disease progression). The talk will include some personal aspects of her family experience with PD, plus the roadblocks that are in place due to the culture of science. To register, click the visual below or go here.

View all previous WPC Research Spotlight events online here!

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Save the date: Find out about the 2023 congress here

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Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Parkinson’s Research and Care

In a position paper published in JPD, The Michael J. Fox Foundation outlines plans to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in PD research to accurately reflect the PD population. “The current picture of PD has been assembled from a relatively homogenous population, and data remain sparse or are non-existent on many traditionally underrepresented groups: Black, Latino, Asian, Indigenous groups, LGBTQ+, and individuals of lower socioeconomic status,” explained Bernadette Siddiqi, MA, Senior Associate Director, Research Engagement, and Andrew Koemeter-Cox, PhD, Senior Associate Director, Research Programs of The Michael J. Fox Foundation, New York, NY, USA. “Without these data, it is impossible to fully comprehend the breadth and depth of PD across the entire population.”

View Press Release | View Position Paper

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