Co-founder of the Cure Parkinson’s Trust, Tom Isaacs recently presented a paper to the Euro Stem Cell Consortium in Rome.  

Mr Isaacs is a long-time friend and supporter of The Royal Masonic School for Girls, and a wonderful past speaker at Cadogan House Prize Day.

Following an audience with Pope Francis, he talked about the progress being made in finding a cure for Parkinson’s Disease at a press conference in Vatican City.

Of the experience, Mr Isaacs said “It was a great day meeting Pope Francis and feeling his positive energy – my spirits were lifted when I spoke to the Vatican press about the progress being made in research to cure Parkinson’s”

RMS Headmistress Diana Rose says "RMS is proud to have such strong links with this ground-breaking charity and its founder Tom Isaacs, and we look forward to further supporting the charity in the future".

Find out more about the Cure Parkinson’s Trust, a charity which has been supported by RMS over the years,  by visiting their website