National Patient Registry
Led by Dr. Camicioli, Dr. Dupré, Dr. Grimes, Dr. Lafontaine, Dr. Maestre, Dr. Martino, Dr. McKeown, Dr. Miyasaki, Dr. Panisset, Dr. Strafella.
A unified national registry to facilitate collaborations between researchers and participants on large-scale projects and clinical trials across Canada.
Led by Dr. Evans, Dr. McKeown, Dr. Camicioli.
A large database containing demographic, medical, and cognitive information from participants over time to enable researchers to support cutting edge scientific investigations. This will also include imaging and second-generation wearable device data.
Led by Dr. Gan-Or, Dr. Park, Dr. Rouleau, Dr. Schlossmaker.
A research bank of patient biological specimens (example: blood) that can be used for a variety of analyses (including genetic) by the Canadian scientific community and beyond.
Canadian Open Parkinson Network Sites
C-OPN includes 8 major Movement Disorders programs across 4 provinces. The 8 centres include:
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- The CaPRI/Movement Disorders Brain and Mental Health team of the Hotchkiss Brain Institute and the linked Movement Disorders program at the University of Calgary (main coordinating site)
- EN: https://capriresearch.org/
- The Pacific Parkinson Research Centre (University of British Columbia, UBC Hospital)
- The Movement Disorders program (University of Alberta)
- The Movement Disorders Centre at the Toronto Western Hospital (University Health Network, University of Toronto)
- The Parkinson Research Consortium (Ottawa University)
- L’Unité des Troubles du Mouvement André Barbeau (Université de Montréal)
- The McGill Parkinson Program at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (MNI/H) and the Montreal General Hospital (McGill University)
FR : https://www.mcgill.ca/neuro/fr/people/field_mprofile_research_areas/neurodegenerative_disorders
- La Clinique des Troubles du Mouvement du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec (CHU de Québec -Université Laval)