Parkinson's Study

Help us learn how to better diagnose Parkinson’s Disease at an earlier stage.

Overview

The purpose of this study is to help identify molecules in the saliva, called microRNAs, that can serve as biomarkers for Parkinson’s disease. These biomarkers may allow earlier diagnosis and treatment of this disease. A doctor will ask each participant to perform a brief series of neurological tests, in addition to cognitive and balance tests. A small amount of saliva will then be collected in order to measure microRNA.

We offer flexible scheduling.