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Mar 28
2022
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News
A statement from Jeffrey D. Rothstein MD, PhD, founder and director of the Robert Packard Center ALS Research at Johns Hopkins
Dec 13
2021
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News
ALS Association Awards $620,000 grant to Packard Center, Answer ALS to Support the Data Portal
Nov 9
2021
ALS Headlines, Research Bytes
Researchers identify how the repeat sequence at the front of C9ORF72, a gene closely associated with ALS, can create toxins in the cell that lead to disease.
Nov 9
2021
ALS Headlines, Research Bytes
Researchers identify how C9orf72 triggers inflammation and age-dependent neural defects that affect learning and memory.
Oct 22
2021
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News
A new set of rich Answer ALS project data is now available through the Answer ALS Data Portal
To visit the Answer ALS Data Portal
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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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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Jun 17
2021
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News
Administered by Kaggle, the End ALS Challenge asked participants to help identify solutions to the disease.
Jun 14
2021
ALS Headlines, Packard Center News, Research Bytes
A team of Packard-funded scientists, led by Udai Pandey and Chris Donnelly at the University of Pittsburgh, have identified a new mechanism through which mutant FUS can lead to ALS