Parkinson’s disease

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August 9, 2022 Leveraging curiosity and diversity to elevate research: A Q&A with Dr. Alex Soto-Avellaneda

Exceptional science benefits from exceptional diversity, and Van Andel Institute is committed to increasing representation in the biomedical research community through a variety of training…

April 21, 2022 The future of Parkinson’s research and treatment: A Q&A with Dr. Anthony E. Lang (Part 2)

Each year during our Grand Challenges in Parkinson’s Disease symposium, Van Andel Institute presents the Jay Van Andel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Parkinson’s Disease Research to…

April 20, 2022 Understanding the full spectrum of Parkinson’s disease: A Q&A with Dr. Anthony E. Lang (Part 1)

Each year during our Grand Challenges in Parkinson’s Disease symposium, Van Andel Institute presents the Jay Van Andel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Parkinson’s Disease Research to…

December 14, 2021 A year — and a quarter century — in review

As 2021 comes to a close, so too does Van Andel Institute’s celebration of our 25th anniversary. The Institute’s story began with a vision: to…

November 15, 2021 Graduate student spotlight: Investigating the links between the immune system and Parkinson’s disease

Throughout the year, we highlight Van Andel Institute Graduate School’s doctoral students. This month, we’re featuring Alysa Kasen, a Ph.D. student in the lab of Dr.…

September 16, 2021 Explainer: What is the gut microbiome?

Our microbiomes take the phrase “trust your gut” to a whole new level. The gut microbiome is a rich population of bacteria, fungi, viruses and…

January 13, 2021 A look back at 2020

The past year has challenged us in new and unexpected ways. Yet through it all, we have been inspired by the strength and resilience of…

January 5, 2021 Exploring the link between Parkinson’s and the brain’s emotional center

Last year, Van Andel Institute assistant professor Hong-yuan Chu, Ph.D., was awarded a 2020 NARSAD Young Investigator grant by the Brain & Behavior…