UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology


Contact us

For any enquiries please contact the Movement Disorders Centre team at:

Tel: +44 (0)20 3448 8608

COVID-19 update (starting March 2020): we are away from offices during this time and will not be addressing inquiries by phone. If you have a question about research please email us and we will reply as soon as possible. If you have a question about clinical services please contact the hospital where you are being treated.

Mailing address:

Movement Disorders Centre
Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences
UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
33 Queen Square, 6th floor, Box 146

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Patient and Public Engagement

All our researchers work collaboratively with people who have first-hand experiences of movement disorders, both people living with Parkinson's or other related conditions and carers and family members. We are looking for people who come from a range of professions and situations, and want to bring their different skills to help researchers and scientists find better care and treatment options for movement disorders and ultimately a cure. As part of our wider research team, members of our patient and public engagement group help set priorities for research and shape research studies, making them more friendly, accessible and relevant to participants.

For more information about the patient and public engagement group and to learn how you can get involved please contact us at: movementdisorders@ucl.ac.uk