NINDS/NIH/NIA Funding Opportunity Announcement

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NINDS/NIH/NIA Funding Opportunity Announcement to support the genetic discovery in PSP, CBD, and related disorders. There will be a pre-application informational webinar on December 20, 2016 from 11:00-1:00 pm EDT. The webinar will provide a brief introduction to the FOA, and highlight key components and requirements of the different phases of this grant mechanism.    …

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Dr. Brent Bluett Talks About Botox and Therapy For PSP Patients

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Ask a Doctor: Dr. Brent Bluett on PSP by Sylvia Rupani-Smith Very few patients with a rare brain disease such as Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, or PSP, have the liberty of choosing a doctor. It’s hard to find a doctor who even knows what the condition is, much less find a specialist for it. When you …

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2016 CurePSP International Research Symposium

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2016 CurePSP International Research Symposium             October 27, Jersey City, NJ — Starting with a networking session on the evening of Thursday, October 27, and following with a full day of speakers on Friday the 28th, the 2016 International Research Symposium has surpassed all expectations. A record 148 registrants, with some coming from countries as …

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UPenn-Led Consortium Awarded $10.8M NIH Grant to Study Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease

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  UPenn-Led Consortium Awarded $10.8M NIH Grant to Study Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease Jun 24, 2016 |a GenomeWeb staff reporter   NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania announced today that it has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging to establish …

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CurePSP Receives Matching Grant Challenge for Genetics Research

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Friedman family has committed up to $600,000 New York, NY (June 29, 2016) — CurePSP, the leading nonprofit advocacy organization focused on prime of life neurodegenerative diseases, today announced a matching grant challenge of up to $600,000 from the Friedman family to accelerate genetics research. An initial contribution of $250,000 toward this goal has been …

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