When telephone lines go down, or Internet connections are lost, our communities temporarily come to a halt. What if something similar were found to be happening in Parkinson's? This is the focus of Dr. Schmitz and her team at the PDF Research Center at Columbia University Medical Center.
PDF Grant Programs
Are you interested in furthering Parkinson's science? View PDF's open grant programs.
"By leveraging its research investments into supporting great ideas generated by Parkinson's scientists, PDF aims to facilitate the next big discovery in Parkinson's." Dr. James Beck, Director of Research Programs
What are PDF-funded scientists discovering that may improve the lives and futures of people living with Parkinson's? Find out by browsing reports on the impact of the $100 million that PDF has invested in scientific research since our founding in 1957.
PDF strives to identify the best scientific investments and match them to our unique traditions and capacities. To ensure that we are building the best science with the most potential, our investments are guided by a Scientific Advisory Committee of leading international Parkinson's scientists.