To raise awareness, build community, improve care and find a cure for PSP, CBD and MSA.
CurePSP has announced the recipients of the first Collaborative Approaches to Resources, Education and Support (CARES) research grants. The goal of CARES is to improve the best practices in care for PSP, CBD and MSA.
CurePSP has announced the designation of Queen’s Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center in Hawaii and the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan as CurePSP Centers of Care, bringing the total to 30 centers across the United States and Canada.
The Awareness and Memorial Walk honors those that have lost their battles with these neurodegenerative diseases, supports those still fighting, raises awareness and money for a cure and lets people know about the Support Group in Naples.
Our current Pathway and Pipeline Grant application deadline is March 17, 2023. CurePSP provides seed funding to investigators who have innovative ideas that need proof of concept or pilot studies in order to qualify for larger funding sources. CurePSP will fund studies on PSP and CBD with a particular interest in (i) fundamental neurobiology and mechanisms of PSP and CBD and (ii) translational projects focusing on new therapeutics and biomarkers for PSP and CBD.