The Greater Glasgow Research Interest Group (GGRIG) are pleased to host two researchers from the University of Strathclyde, talking about their work in Parkinson’s research and rehabilitation.
‘An introduction to the Co-Creation Centre in Rehabilitation Technology at Strathclyde, and including people with Parkinson’s in the technology development process (focus groups and surveys)’, Dr Andy Kerr, Biomedical Engineering
‘How people with Parkinson’s differ in the way they start walking and change walking speed,’ Esraa Aldayil, PhD student, Biomedical Engineering
The event will take place on Wednesday 14 April 2021, from 2.30-4pm.
It will be hosted on the Zoom platform, and the joining link will be emailed to you before the event..
Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance via Eventbrite
We encourage you to visit the GGRIG website that has been developed primarily for people affected by Parkinson’s who have an interest in Parkinson’s research activities. You can also access their inaugural Newsletter
You can read more about Parkinson’s UK’s Research Interest Groups
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Liz Nash, Research Support Network Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 963 9398.