ALS research is at a time of unprecedented excitement and momentum: there has been more progress in the last 5 to 7 years than in the last century. Many of the top ALS researchers in the world believe the scientific community is now poised to find treatments that can significantly alter the course of the disease, and that lack of funding is the only limitation standing in the way of effective ALS treatments being developed sooner rather than later.
El boletín científico de FUNDELA publica resúmenes y artículos referentes a los últimos avances de la investigación, tratamientos sintomáticos y cuidados al paciente con Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrófica (ELA). Se envía periódicamente a más de 400 suscriptores, entre los que se encuentran profesionales de la salud, pacientes y familiares de España y Latinoamérica.
Todos los boletines pueden descargarse en nuestra web de forma gratuita.
Each month, ALS TDI brings together researchers from our lab and others for a conversation about an important topic to patients today. These can be on a specific trial, an emerging technology, or a broad theory gaining notoriety in the effort to combat ALS. These conversations are designed to ask these researchers direct questions and to provide a place where YOU and YOUR family can speak directly to those working on your behalf at ALS TDI and other labs. These webinars are recorded, but we encourage folks to join us live as your questions and interaction with these researchers is incredibly important.
We are the world’s foremost drug discovery center focused solely on ALS. Pioneering the ‘nonprofit biotech’ model, we have placed the person with ALS at the center of every decision made in our labs. Our interdisciplinary, industry-trained team of scientists collaborate daily in our labs and through academic and pharmaceutical company partnerships across the globe to discover cures for ALS.
The Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia (MNDRIA) is the research arm of MND Australia.
The MNDRIA was established in 1984 as a national organisation promoting medical and scientific research into MND. The organisation has been driven forward by the vision to understand the causes, find effective treatments and discover cures for MND.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is known the world over for groundbreaking ALS research and the Les Turner ALS Foundation is proud to support three research laboratories here.
ENCALS is a network of ALS centres in Europe. ALS Centre membership is open to Universities/Hospitals in Europe with ALS clinical/research activity.
Project MinE researchers plan to map the full DNA profiles of at least 15,000 people with ALS and 7,500 control subjects, and to perform comparative analyses on the resulting data.