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Dr Alastair Noyce
Appointment
  • Honorary Research Associate
  • Institute of Neurology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Biography

Alastair Noyce is a Parkinson's UK Doctoral Research Fellow at UCL Institute of Neurology and Specialist Registrar in Neurology in London. His clinical interests are movement disorders, particularly Parkinson's disease and related conditions, and general neurology. His main research focus is on early features of Parkinson's disease and markers including laboratory, genetic and imaging markers. Alastair heads up a longitudinal pilot study called PREDICT-PD, in which members of the healthy UK population are stratified for risk of future PD.

Research Summary

2012-Present: Doctoral Research Training towards PhD (UCL). PREDICT-PD - risk stratification and assessment (clinical, imaging, genetic studies) of a cohort recruited via the online portal to validate the Parkinson's risk algorithm. Follows from NIHR ACF.

Present: Masters in Epidemiology (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine).

2009-2012: NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship (UCL). PREDICT-PD development of a screening tool used to identify groups at risk of Parkinson's disease using risk factors and early non-motor features and delivered online.

2007-2009: Foundation Academic Programme (QMUL). Validation of web-based BRAIN test - a sensitive device for measuring speed and accuracy of movement delivered online.

2005-2006: Bachelor of Medical Science Molecular Therapeutics (QMUL). Dissertation title: Sex differences in endothelial function. A study of vascular function in the the Langendorff isolated heart preparation and assay-based analysis of endothelium derived enzymes involved in vascular tone.

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