The future of Parkinson’s research is in powerful hands. Yours.
Fox Insight is an online clinical study where people with Parkinson’s disease and their loved ones share information that could transform the search for better treatments. You in?
Share Your Expertise
No one understands Parkinson’s better than those living with it every day. By working together, we can help shape the future of research.
Fox Insight easily collects self-reported data about health experiences from those with and without Parkinson’s in a number of ways.
Drive Genetic Insights
Eligible individuals can help researchers gain a holistic picture of the disease by participating in a genetic sub-study powered by 23andMe.
Join the 38,479 participants helping to power Parkinson’s research today.
How Fox Insight Works
Complete Online Study Visits
Every 90 days you’ll be invited to provide real-world information on symptoms, daily activities and other factors through online questionnaires. These “study visits” can take up to an hour (though some are as short as 15 minutes).
Take Part in Research that Interests You
Offer additional information by filling out one-time surveys, providing DNA data if you have Parkinson’s disease, and using your smartphone, smartwatch or other devices for research.
Contribute over Time
You’ll be invited to complete study visits for up to five years. Together with other study participants, you will be providing scientists with long-term research data to investigate health patterns and trends over time. Each study visit can help us answer more questions about Parkinson’s.
Your Fox Insight data are de-identified and made available to qualified researchers worldwide. When combined with information from other volunteers, this large, diverse data set can provide scientists with critical insights into the lived experience of Parkinson’s.
The information you share with Fox Insight is safeguarded by the highest research and privacy standards. Any identifiable information about you as an individual will remain confidential. If you have questions about your rights as a research subject, you may contact New England IRB at 1-800-232-9570.