CurePSP Women’s Luncheon, New York, NY

Categories: News

In honor of Women and Prime of Life Brain Disease Research, CurePSP recently brought together the most eminent investigators and accomplished women to discuss the latest developments in neurodegenerative research. Moderated by Tal Nuriel PhD, the lunch took place in New York and saw presentations from Alison Goate, PhD, Mo Liu, PhD, Sally Temple, PhD, …

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New York Opens First Support Group!

Categories: Support News, Volunteer

We are very happy to announce our first support group in New York!   Our New York Support Group Leader Training sessions in August were a great success, and we can happily announce the following support group for PSP patients and carepartners, in Manhattan, NY. The support group meeting will be held; October 11th, at …

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First time fundraisers raise over $32,000!

Categories: Volunteer

Wine in the Hill Country We wish to congratulate Kary Cataldi for a hugely successful wine tasting event in Honor of Mark Witt on Saturday, October 8, at the Weingarten in the celebrated Pontotoc Vineyard, Texas. The day included not just beautifully crafted American wines with perfectly paired food, but also live music and a silent …

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The role of caregiver; Kathryn Leigh Scott

Categories: Support News

Originally printed in The Timberjay. By Jodi Summit. Growing up on a small family farm outside of Minneapolis, Kathryn Leigh Scott loved to write and put on plays, often casting her little brother, Orlyn Kringstad of Tower, in roles that required him to don wedding dresses. The children, Orlyn explained while introducing his sister to …

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

Categories: Research News

  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

Categories: Research News, Uncategorized

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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CurePSP receives second matching grant from the Light Of Day Foundation

Categories: News, Support News

Leading worldwide music tour benefits neurodegeneration causes   New York, NY (August 17, 2016) — CurePSP, the leading nonprofit advocacy organization focused on prime of life neurodegenerative diseases, has received a matching grant of $80,000 from the Light Of Day Foundation that will help to fund the foundation’s programs in patient and family care, education …

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Jennings Kroemer Putt For PSP

Categories: Support News, Volunteer

On Saturday July 30th the Jennings and Kroemer families hosted the 11th annual Putt For PSP, in Syracuse Indiana. The day was a huge success, and CurePSP’s very own Director of Events Jaclyn Zendrian attended. “I want to go again next year,” said Jaclyn, ‘everyone was really nice and the location was spectacular.” The money …

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