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The ALS Forum is a web-based collaborative effort to bring together valuable ALS-related resources for use by researchers worldwide in both academia and industry-based settings. We aim to create and compile tools targeted towards both veteran ALS researchers as well as those who are new to the field. Identified content is provided through a partnership with the Alzheimer Research Forum. Let us know how we are doing. We are always looking for new ideas and new partners.

RESEARCH NEWS

A New Drug to Calm Agitation, Uncontrollable Laughing and Crying, in Alzheimer’s?
Posted On: October 21, 2014

SOD1 Aggregation Dynamics Correlate with ALS Clinical Phenotypes
Posted On: October 17, 2014

More Data, More Progress: ALS Researchers Debut Shared Database
Posted On: October 17, 2014

ALS, Parkinson’s Proteins Co-Mingle in Mitochondria Destruction Pathway
Posted On: October 10, 2014

Evidence Mounts That Mitochondrial Gene Is Bona Fide ALS, FTD Risk Factor
Posted On: October 3, 2014

ALSA Commits an Initial $21.7 Million of Ice Bucket Donations to Fund New Research Initiatives
Posted On: October 2, 2014
DRUG NEWS

Fast-Track Designation Granted to NurOwn for Treating ALS
Posted On: October 17, 2014

Human Placental Cells Safe for Treating Multiple Sclerosis
Posted On: October 17, 2014

New DoD Initiative Aims at Improving Success of Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Trials
Posted On: October 17, 2014

NeuroLINCS Program Established to Create Database of Human Neuronal Signatures
Posted On: October 17, 2014

NIH Awards $46 Million as Part of the BRAIN Initiative
Posted On: October 2, 2014

Patient Advocacy Group Drafts Clinical Trial Guidance Document for the FDA
Posted On: October 2, 2014
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