• Familial Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (FamPSP) Study Now Recruiting!

    The purpose of this study is to collect genetic and clinical information from families affected by PSP and other neurological disorders in order to determine genetic risk factors for PSP and related disorders.

  • Read Our Spring 2015 Newsletter

    The latest issue includes an article about the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, volunteer spotlights, healing through art therapy, a family conferences update, personal stories by families of patients, a list of new support groups, as well as upcoming conferences and special events.

  • Cypher Genomics and University of Pennsylvania Collaborate on CurePSP-Funded Study

    Finding genetic causes of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is the goal of a joint research project announced today between Cypher Genomics and the University of Pennsylvania. The research is funded by a grant from CurePSP.

  • CurePSP 2015 Canadian Family Conference in Ottawa, Ontario

    Our next family conference will be held on June 13, 2015 from 8:30am-4pm at the Southway Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario. Topics will include PSP/CBD/MSA research, Q&A with neurologists, practical management of symptoms, cognitive and psychological challenges, and maximizing support systems. Space is limited - register today!