Latest Blog Posts Tagged "Three Questions for a Researcher"
December 04, 2013
As part of this ongoing series, we ask a researcher three questions to learn what their days are like in and out of the lab.
September 12, 2013
The cell biologist and MJFF Scientific Advisory Board member is devoted to a cause that the Foundation holds dear: finding better treatments for PD patients.
Three Questions for a Researcher with Markus Mandler, PhD, Head of the Neurodegeneration Department at AFFiRiS AG
May 09, 2013
Markus Mandler's team at AFFiRiS AG is currently testing a vaccine called PD01, the first Parkinson's drug to target alpha-synuclein to make it to the clinic.
Three Questions for a Researcher with Erwan Bezard, PhD, INSERM Research Director at the Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases (IND) in Bordeaux, France
April 08, 2013
The MJFF Scientific Advisory board member heads a novel research center in Bordeaux, France, which brings together pre-clinical lab scientists with clinical researchers in the search for a PD cure.
Three Questions for a Researcher with Ken Marek, MD, President and Senior Scientist at the Institute for Neurodegenerative Disorders
March 21, 2013
PPMI Principal Investigator Ken Marek, MD, shares the greatest challenges in the search for a Parkinson's biomarker for PD, and how this study is already engaging scientists around the world.
Three Questions for a Researcher with M. Angela Cenci, Head of the Basal Ganglia Pathophysiology Lab at Lund University, Sweden
February 25, 2013
M. Angela Cenci has important administrative and representative duties in her work as a lab director at a major university, but it is her actual work in the lab that really makes her tick.
Three Questions for a Researcher with Dave Weiner, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Proteostasis Therapeutics
January 29, 2013
MJFF Scientific Advisory Board member Dave Weiner holds a unique perspective into the world of Parkinson's disease drug development:
December 05, 2012
MJFF spoke with Irene for the latest installment of our monthly feature, Three Questions for a Researcher. Read on to get to know her and her work a little better.
November 20, 2012
Not only is Matt Farrer, PhD, a professor of medical genetics at the University of British Columbia, and a Foundation Scientific Advisory Board member, he's also a pioneer in genetics research.
Three Questions for a Researcher with Bernard Ravina, MD, MS, Medical Director Translational Neurology, Biogen Idec
October 04, 2012
Part of Bernard Ravina's job at Biogen Idec is to translate findings from early stage research into clinical studies in patients. MJFF spoke with Bernard for the second installment of our new feature.