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 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)
2. 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)