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Dec 1
2019
Two Packard Center researchers have identified a protein called RPS25 that helps to regulate the abnormal cellular processes caused by the C9ORF72 mutations.
Read the full article in Nature Neuroscience.
Dec 1
2019
On Saturday, May 2, 2020, the Packard Center will host the 14th annual Fiesta 5k for ALS Research!
Dec 1
2019
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Dec 1
2019
Research approach emphasizes open collaboration, data mining technology and AI
Read the full article on www.avanade.com
Dec 1
2019
A team of Packard researchers have identified a protein that may help reduce the production of some of the toxic by-products of the C9ORF72 repeat expansion.
Read the original article in Neuron.
Dec 1
2019
Packard Investigator Udai Pandey of the University of Pittsburgh led an international team that found a protein called muscleblind modifies the toxicity of ALS-linked mutations in a second protein called FUS (Fused in Sarcoma).
May 28
2019
Annual run, held in downtown Baltimore, engages ALS community and raises funds for research.
May 28
2019
New work from Packard investigator Tim Miller shows encouraging results of an early clinical trial of a new drug to treat ALS caused by mutations in SOD1.
May 23
2019
Annual Partners in Collaboration awards brings together Packard's most dedicated supporters.
May 23
2019
More than 230 gather in Baltimore to showcase exciting advances in ALS research.