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Register your interest in research

Sign up to the PSPA Research register


Sign up to join our research register to help support patient centred research.

We work closely with researchers across the UK who undertake studies into PSP & CBD.

Studies include the assessment of potential treatments through clinical trials run by pharmaceutical companies, to patient and carer questionnaires, tissue and blood banking, scanning and tests of new technologies.

We recommend that you follow our website and social media pages where new opportunities will be posted.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept registrations from people outside the UK but one of our international partners may be able to help.

Carla Bancroft, whose husband Bob lived with PSP

“Every small engagement with research programmes made Bob feel he was grasping back a little control from this debilitating condition”

To join our research register, please complete the form below.

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    PSPA Research Involvement Members (PRIM)

    Our patient involvements group

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    PSPA Funded Research

    Research that has been awarded a PSPA Grant or Fellowship

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    Other research projects

    Other PSP & CBD research not funded by PSPA

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