PDBP provides researchers with a number of tools, enabling them to share information and resources, which will accelerate the pace of Parkinson's Disease biomarker discovery.
The DMR is a scalable informatics platform that allows researchers to do things such as define unique data elements, create and manage studies, contribute large datasets, share data in a controlled manner, and query within PDBP and across federated sites.
Biorepositories receive, process, store, and distribute biospecimen resources to the neuroscience research community, thus encouraging the research efforts of established scientists, junior investigators, and scientists.
Funding opportunities (FOAs) support discovery projects designed to promote the identification of promising diagnostic and progression biomarkers for Parkinson's disease.
NINDS common data elements and Parkinson's disease unique data elements have been linked to each question in the clinical research assessment tools used by PDBP. View and download all clinical assessments in one place.