Pacing for Parkinson’s (P4P) is a year-round, volunteer-led campaign supporting and raising funds for Parkinson’s disease research, community outreach, education and patient care at Johns Hopkins. A large portion of the money raised goes directly to the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center. The remaining funds are put toward basic science research, training the next generation of care providers and researchers, and ensuring facilities are comfortable for patients and loved ones.
P4P was founded in 2008, and is now one of the largest charity teams at the Baltimore Running Festival, with over 300 participants. Team members can run or walk in all races—or even join as a virtual runner.
10 Years of Pacing for Parkinson's
To honor Pacing for Parkinson's 10th anniversary, experts from Johns Hopkins discuss the progress that's been made over the past decade of research and patient care.