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Welcome to the ‘Symposium Blogathon’

Welcome to the ‘Symposium Blogathon’

Reading Time: 5 minutes Welcome to our ‘Symposium Blogathon’ – a series of blogs counting down to the start of the 32nd International Symposium on ALS/MND’. Every weekday throughout November we will be publishing a blog, giving an overview of different topics and themes that will be discussed at this year’s event, which will once again be held on…

Flexible molecules and droplets: researching and targeting RNA-protein complexes in MND

Flexible molecules and droplets: researching and targeting RNA-protein complexes in MND

Reading Time: 6 minutes My name is Tatyana Shelkovnikova, I am an MND Association Lady Edith Wolfson Senior Non-Clinical fellow. I lead my own group at the Medicines Discovery Institute, Cardiff University. I chose to move my fellowship to a drug discovery unit with a strong neuroscience portfolio of projects to be able to stay at the frontier of…

Virtual Symposium: Through the eyes of an early career MND researcher

Virtual Symposium: Through the eyes of an early career MND researcher

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog is part of the ‘Virtual Highlights’ collection of articles, where you can read about the content of some of the talks and posters presented at the Virtual 31st International Symposium on ALS/MND. Guest researcher blog post written by Nora Markus, 2019 Symposium Biomedical Poster Prize winner. About me My name is Nora Markus,…

Virtual Symposium: Results from the Phase 3 clinical trial of NurOwn

Virtual Symposium: Results from the Phase 3 clinical trial of NurOwn

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog is part of the ‘Virtual Highlights’ collection of articles, where you can read about the content of some of the talks and posters presented at the Virtual 31st International Symposium on ALS/MND. This presentation was part of Session 3: Clinical Trials Co-presented by Dr Merit Cudkowicz, from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General…

Highlighting the MND researchers of the future – part 1

Highlighting the MND researchers of the future – part 1

Reading Time: 4 minutes This week sees the start of the 30th International Symposium on ALS/MND in Perth, Australia. The Symposium brings together the brightest minds from the MND research and healthcare communities. With 110 oral presentations, and over 420 posters, the Symposium is an opportunity for around 1,000 researchers and healthcare professionals to share new understanding of the…