Research news

Stay up-to-date with the latest Australian and international research news.


March 2018

Travel Grants 2018


MNDRIA announces PhD Scholarship Top-up Grants and Travel Grants 

MNDRIA is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018-2020 PhD Scholarship Top-up Grants, the Susie Harris Travel Fellowship 2018, and the Jenny and Graham Lang Collaboration Travel Grant 2018. Read more
 




december 2017

International ALS/MND meetings


Annual International ALS/MND Meetings, Boston, December 2017

The 2017 International Meetings held from 4 to 9 December in Boston attracted a record breaking 1,640 delegates. The programs at the meetings for ALS/MND Associations, people living with ALS/MND, allied professionals and researchers were, as always, jam-packed and inspirational. Read more

 

Advance June 2018 
Advance Newsletter, June 2018

The latest issue of MNDRIA's newsletter, "Advance" is bursting with great articles: 1) $2.5million NHMRC Partnership Grant 2) Executive Director Research report 2017 – 2018
3) New research strategy for 2018-2021 4) Potential neurotoxins in waterways 5) New gene KIF5A associated with MND 6) Supporting emerging researchers 7) Meet Ass Prof Brad Turner 8) Ways to participate in research.
 



International update June 2018

International Research Update, June 2018

Take a read of  the latest issue of the MND Australia International Research Update to find out more about protein aggregation, potential treatments and protective mechanisms for MND.

 


 

novEMBER 2017

Researchers


$3.31 million for new research

MNDRIA has awarded $3.31 million in grants to support 28 research projects that commenced in 2018. Congratulations to all of the successful researchers and thank you for your continued hard work into understanding and combating MND. These grants are only made possible thanks to the generosity of donors, bequestors and the State MND Associations who fund this research. 





25 Milestones Report

Launch of the $25 Million: 25 Milestones Report

Since the awarding of the first, modest grant in 1987, MNDRIA has invested more than $25 million to fund Australia’s most comprehensive MND research program spanning a range of research, from discovery to healthcare. To recognise this achievement and the generosity of the many Australians who funded this research, Federal Assistant Minister for Health, the Hon. Dr David Gillespie MP, launched the $25 Million, 25 Milestones: Changing the future of MND report at the 13th MND Australia Research Conference in November 2017.
 

 
 

13th MND Australia Research Conference


13th MND Australia Research Conference, November 2017

The 13th MND Australia Research Conference was launched by The Hon. Dr David Gillespie MP, Federal Assistant Minister for Health on 10 November 2017. The Conference showcased major research achievements funded by the MNDRIA coinciding with the $25 Million, 25 Milestones:Changing the future of MND report, a roadmap for the future and research outcomes from MNDRIA-sponsored projects . Watch the videos or read the overview.





3rd MND Connect

3rd MND Connect, November 2017

MND Connect gives people impacted by MND the opportunity to connect with healthcare professionals and researchers to reach better outcomes for the MND community. The 3rd MND Connect was held at the University of Sydney on 11 November 2017. The program covered several aspects of MND research including treatments, trials and care, highlighting the significant steps forward made in these areas. Watch the videos or read the overview.

 

 


 

RESEARCH NEWS ABROAD

United Kingdom

MND Research Blog 
Up-to-date information on ALS/MND research, as well as the activities of the MND Association's research development team 
 

USA

Research News 
ALS Association's webpage featuring newsletters, blogs and webinars on ALS/MND research

 
ALS Today
News webpage of the ALS Therapy Development Institute, which covers research developments from both their own and other research labs.
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