COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH, LEADING INNOVATION.

The PSG is the largest non-profit clinical trial site network in North America conducting PD research. It is composed of over 155 sites with more than 375 credentialed investigators.

It was formed in 1986, prompted by the recognition that clinical research in Parkinson disease (PD) required the participation of large numbers of research patients under the cooperative care of skilled and experienced research physicians, coordinators and allied professionals.

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PSG Orchestra Study

A 18-month Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety…

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BIAL

Glucocerebrosidase (GCase) is a lysosomal enzyme, encoded by GBA1…

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SPARX3

Aerobic exercise is a vital treatment for people living with Parkinson’s disease…

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PD GENERATION

People with Parkinson’s can receive genetic testing and genetic counseling…

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The Parkinson Study Group is continually interested in expanding our clinicaltrial sites as opportunities for new Parkinson’s Disease studies become available. Regardless of location (hospital, community-based, academic, or private practice), the PSG seeks trained Parkinson’s disease investigators who are committed to and experienced in clinical trials.

PSG Committees

The PSG is comprised of eight (8) core committees that help execute and oversee our mission as a non-profit clinical trial organization.

Working Groups

The PSG Working Groups enable collaborations among investigators with related interests in PD.

Credentialed Sites

The PSG is composed of over 155 sites with more than 375 credentialed investigators.

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Words from PSG Visiting Mentorship Program Participants:

“I had the privilege of receiving mentorship from Dr. Carlie Tanner which was supported by the PSG Mentored Award in 2019. Having dedicated time to meet with Dr. Tanner, and the opportunity to bring Dr. Tanner together with the mentors I have locally at my institution, was an invaluable experience. Dr. Tanner provided me with advice and guidance on my research and career which I continue to benefit from to this day.”
LANA CHAHINE, M.D. // UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH