We are thrilled to be the recipients of a new $100,000 donation toward our mission from the Greenlea Foundation Trust. We are hugely appreciative of their generous support over the last few years and this new donation helps immensely toward the continued support of Professor Curtis’s work on the human olfactory system and its involvement in the earliest stages of Parkinson’s disease.

A massive thanks to the Greenlea family for supporting this cause among so many other worthy ones. We look forward to reporting on the impact of the funded research project.


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