How to Participate

Thank you for your interest

We are currently studying the aspects of fine and gross motor control to explore the changes undergone throughout the development and treatment of various movement disorders.

We employ the use of unique technology and hardware in order to quantify the kinematics of movement. 

The Movement Disorders laboratory is always looking for motivated individuals to participate in our research studies.

Research Participants Invited

Research participants are invited to the Stanford Movement Disorders lab located on the third floor of Stanford Hospital.

Research testing takes about 30 minutes to an hour and a half depending on the current research protocol.

Our current research studies are behavioral kinematic tests such as: balance testing, stepping in place and finger-tapping tasks.

Recruiting Research Participants

We are currently recruiting research participants in either of the following categories:

Individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Systems Atrophy (MSA) or Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)

Healthy Controls ages 50 and above.

If you are interested in participating or learning more about any of the research studies, please contact:
Jordan Parker
(650) 723-6709

Bronte-Stewart Lab Questions?

For more information:


Stanford Movement Disorders
Stanford Neurology and Neurological Sciences
Stanford School of Medicine
Stanford Hospital and Clinics
Stanford University