CurePSP is the leading source of information and support for patients and their families, other caregivers, researchers, and healthcare professionals on prime of life neurodegeneration including PSP, CBD, MSA, and related diseases.
We are excited to announce the launch of CurePSPTV, our page highlighting vital information occurring in the organization. We are always looking for ways to keep our community up to date with footage from our family conferences, recordings from researchers and doctors, featured family stories, and quick how-to resources you can utilize in your everyday lives. Don't miss out! Check out CurePSPTV and subscribe to our Youtube Channel to get notified when new videos are published.Tune Into CurePSPTV Now
Join CurePSP and the Heacock family at Michelle's Mixer on Saturday, November 9th at St. Katherine of Siena's gym in Wayne, PA. This mixer will be celebrating Michelle's life with a night full of food, drinks, tunes, raffles, and plenty of laughs! Michelle Heacock passed away from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) a year ago. In her honor, her family wants to bring awareness to PSP while also raising money for the valuable research that may help others in the future. Join us with your family and friends at this grand celebration!Learn More About This Upcoming Event
CurePSP has awarded seven new grants to scientific research into progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and related diseases totaling more than USD 200,000. The funding includes two Venture Grants totaling USD 190,000 and five student grants of USD 3,000 each. CurePSP’s Venture Grants program provides seed funding for investigators seeking proof of concept on their innovative ideas. With success, this research may qualify for additional funding from the government or other private sources. CurePSP also awarded five student grants, funded by a bequest from the estate of Paul D. and Ruth T. Urso.Learn More About the Awarded Grants