Learn what we and our supporters have been getting up to.
A 62-year-old man with late-stage Parkinson's and severe gait impairments regains the ability to walk normally following experimental treatment in Switzerland.
While most of the country was watching the RWC final live, our small team of CPNZ athletes blitzed the Auckland Harbour Bridge in blustery conditions at the 2023 Auckland Marathon.
Could wearable devices one day be used to predict who might go on to receive a Parkinson's diagnosis? Quite possibly. Machine learning models fed movement data recently did just that.
Trustees Jon Tanner and Distinguished Professor Sir Richard Faull share our dream, a world free from Parkinson's, and how we can make that happen.
Distinguished Professor Sir Richard Faull, Trustee of Cure Parkinson's NZ, likens our NZ brain researchers to the All Blacks.
Trustee Marise Winthrop shares her thoughts on the importance of our work toward a cure for Parkinson's.
Supporter David Kidd, a UK-based kiwi living with Parkinson's, shared this poignant, beautiful and brilliantly optimistic video with us for screening at our recent fundraising dinner.
Our CEO Daniel McGowan recently spent an hour in the studio with host Tim Beveridge on his 1ZB radio show "The Weekend Collective".
Introducing our three new Trustees - this is who we are!
Our CEO Daniel McGowan recently travelled to the UK and Europe bringing back the latest research updates and forming some strong connections.
A new Webcast series on our YouTube channel.
New biomarker enables accurate biochemical diagnosis of very early-stage Parkinson’s disease, ushering in a new era of clinical trials for Parkinson’s better geared for success.
Could a cough medication really stop or slow Parkinson's progression? A trial getting underway this year will provide the answer.
Rob Spear and Sam Paterson really dug deep to raise funds for Cure Parkinson's NZ in February as they completed the two-day tandem Coast to Coast Challenge raising >$26,000.
On February 10 our CEO Daniel visited the NZ Brain Research Institute and BrainTree Wellness Centre in Christchurch.
We are very grateful to the Greenlea family and their Greenlea Foundation Trust for the generous donation of $100,000 for Parkinson's research in December 2022.
When we talk about finding a cure for Parkinson's, what does that mean? Will there be a "silver bullet" treatment? Probably not, but there is good cause for hope.
Cure Parkinson's in the UK are at the core of global efforts to fight this awful disease, and we were thrilled to establish a partnership with them in October 2022.