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Oct 15
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Wilfried Rossoll from the Mayo Clinic to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Sep 10
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Darryl Bosco from the University of Massachusetts to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Sep 10
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Marc-David Reupp from Kings College London to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Aug 13
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Michael Coleman from the University of Cambridge to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Aug 13
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Phillip Wong from Johns Hopkins University to a recent Investigator's meeting
Jul 28
2021
ALS Headlines, Breaking Research, Packard Center News
Packard researchers used Answer ALS cell lines to show that the protein CHMP7 accumulates in the nucleus, triggering a series of events that creates some of the molecular hallmarks found in both sporadic and familial ALS as well as FTD.
Jul 23
2021
ALS Headlines, Ice Bucket Challenge
For people with inherited forms of ALS, learning of their genetic predisposition can feel like a “death sentence.” But clinical trials offer a level of hope not available to the majority of ALS patients.
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Jul 16
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Lindsey Hayes, MD, PhD from the Johns Hopkins University to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Jul 16
2021
Research Bits
The Packard Center welcomed Elizabeth Fisher, PhD from University College London to a recent Investigator's meeting.
Jun 22
2021
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News
Using AI to leverage the data in healthcare organisations will have a positive impact on both patient care and internal efficiencies.
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