Who has the next big idea for PD research? You do! Share your research priorities today through PDF's Second Annual Community Choice Research Awards survey. PDF will fund scientists to study two community-chosen research questions ... and one of them could be yours!

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Dear Friend:

Do you wish you could share your research priorities with scientists? As a person living with PD, I certainly have. And now we can.

This April, during Parkinson's Awareness Month, I urge you to share your priorities with PDF as part of the Second Annual Community Choice Research Award.

PDF Community Choice Research Award

Why participate? Because research priorities are often chosen by scientists who may or may not understand those issues of paramount concern to those impacted by that research — the patient.

Luckily, during April we can make our voices heard. PDF's team will study our responses and then will fund studies into two research questions suggested by the community.

It is so important for us all to take a moment to submit ... to voice our priorities and help change Parkinson's research.

Now is your time to speak up.

 Learn More & Share Your Priorities

PD Helpline (800) 457-6676

Diane Cook
Member, PDF People with Parkinson's Advisory Council
PDF Research Advocate
Advisor, ProjectSpark

PDF thanks its People with Parkinson's Advisory Council and the ProjectSpark Foundation for their support and partnership on this initiative.

See website for full details. This award is intended for feedback from people living with Parkinson's and their care partners.

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