One Hundred For Parkinson's was featured this morning on BBC Breakfast News as the UK launch of this ground-breaking smartphone-powered study took place, to help understand more about Parkinson's.
Tom Isaacs from The Cure Parkinson's Trust talked about his hopes for the study and what it will contribute to Parkinson's research moving forward. Bruce Hellman, CEO of uMotif was interviewed by Naga Munchetty and Jon Kay in the BBC Breakfast Studio and talked about what everyone taking part in the study (those with Parkinson's and those without) will gain from participation.
We've also had amazing support from our partners today at Nesta, Parkinson's UK, The Cure Parkinson's Trust and the European Parkinson's Disease Association. You can read about their coverage of 100 For Parkinson's by clicking on the links above.