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Our research is focused on finding therapies for Huntington's disease.

We are investigating cell replacement therapy for Huntington's disease, using a multidisciplinary approach that includes behavioural psychology, developmental biology, cell and stem cell biology, genetics and immunology.

These therapies may also help people affected by Parkinson's disease and stroke. We are also investigating genetic factors that delay disease onset to highlight biological pathways and networks that can be targeted to delay the disease.


We are undertaking a broad range of research projects aiming to improve our understanding of Huntington's disease.


Find out more about the Research Fellows at the Huntington's Disease Centre.