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Lontiudianal Study Non Motor Symptoms PD: treatment effect/tolerability (NILS): an international study to evaluate disease symptoms, particularly non motor symptoms, and how they respond to drug treatment and impact on quality of life over a five year period.

Validation of a Pain Scale for Parkinson's Disease: validation of the first pain scale specifically for Parkinson’s Disease including 150 patients and 75 age and sex matched controls.

Biomedical Research Centre Bioresource Initaitve:the collection of biological information combined with clinical assessments/neuroimaging for research purposes.

PANDA: a multicentre, double-blind, randomised, placebo controlled study to determine the efficacy/tolerability of Oxycodone/Naloxone for the treatment for severe pain in Parkinson's disease.

Tracking Parkinson's Study (PROBaND): a study involving young onset or newly diagnosed people with Parkinson’s disease and their relatives to evaluate motor symptoms, non motor symptoms, the involvement of memory and the degree of improvement with medication over a three year period, combined with genetic blood testing.