On Saturday 2nd December, at the Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Dr Tilo Kunath, who leads a research group in the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, gave a talk entitled
Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s: where are we now?
Following Tilo’s talk there was a presentation from Leona Braund from Inverness, who is a Person with Parkinson’s (PwP).
The record audience was enthralled by what turned out to be two outstanding contributions of very different flavours: the first, scientific and the second, intensely personal. For the first time, we recorded the ERIG presentations and you can view the results by clicking on the link below.
- Best viewed full screen
- Camera icon allows a) single screen viewing e.g just the Powerpoint slides or b) Picture in Picture viewing with the presenter in a small window that can be moved around or 3) Side by side (slides and presenter alongside each other). The arrows above the camera icon toggle the views
- The three horizontal bars at the top left drop down a menu of the Powerpoint slides – clicking on a slide will take you to that part of the lecture.
Talks by Tilo Kunath and Leona Braund
You can download a short summary of the meeting, written by one of our members, by clicking on this link: Summary