Dr John Hindle has 27 years of experience as a Consultant in Geriatric Medicine with a special interest in movement Disorders. He is a Fellow of both the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Psychiatrists in the UK. He is widely recognized for his clinical and research interests in Parkinson’s disease. He has published many research papers and chapters, and two standard textbooks on Parkinson’s disease and has lectured at many national and international meetings. His main research interest is in cognition in Parkinson’s disease. He is the Clinical Lead for neurosciences for North Wales, UK. He has had many advisory roles relating to older people and neurodegenerative diseases on UK and international research funding bodies and committees of the British Geriatrics Society. He helped develop the British Geriatric Society national guidance on frailty. He worked on the UK NICE guideline development groups for Parkinson’ disease, acutely ill adults, depression with a chronic physical health problems and the guideline on multimorbidity. He chaired the National Specialist Advisory Group for Older People in Wales and is the Specialty lead for Dementia and neurodegenerative disease research in Wales.