Being world-class, and achieving dreams doesn’t just happen on a rugby field.

The team at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research are also world-class, achieving world-first breakthroughs with their Parkinson’s research to bring us closer to a cure.

Some would even say they are the All Blacks of brain research…

Please join our team and helps us to achieve our goal towards finding a cure.

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Running for the Cure

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.

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International Kiwi Supports Fundraising Dinner

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.

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