Darren's diagnosis took two years, but a new Parkinson's disease detection method developed by UNSW researchers could enable an early and accurate diagnosis. In its current form, the new detection method takes five hours.
Neuroscientists say the best way to study hallucinations is via lab models where they can be induced in anyone, anytime.
The funding supercharges the Australian Parkinson's Mission, an international collaboration working to defeat Parkinson's disease.
A team of researchers from NeuRA and UNSW have received funding to test eHealth and smart garment technologies designed to prevent falls in people with Parkinson’s disease.
Our ability to visually interpret the environment around us is easily taken for granted. But what about when we start to see things that aren’t there?
The Michael J Fox Foundation is supporting Australian research into Parkinson's Disease led by Associate Professor Antony Cooper.
With advances in nanotechnology, the future of medicine is taking shape on the nano-scale and making possible healthcare solutions once confined to the realm of science fiction.