How can exercise affect outcomes in Huntington’s disease?

Written by Alice Weatherston

Neurology Central Expert Panelist, Professor Monica Busse (Cardiff University, UK), is a physiotherapist with an established interest in exercise and physical activity for individuals with chronic health conditions, with a particular focus on neurodegenerative diseases. We found out more about her current research focuses and involvement in a range of multicenter studies evaluating the potentially functional and disease-modifying effects of physical activity in Huntington’s disease. This work includes investigating the role of exercise in facilitating graft integration in cell transplantation, an exciting novel intervention. What initially sparked your interest in neurology? I was involved in disability sports in school and...

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