In this webinar, Dr. Robert Bowser (Barrow Neurological Institute) and Dr. Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne (Mass General Hospital) will discuss the preclinical development of potential therapies.
In partnership with The ALS Association, NEALS offers live webinars for people with ALS, caregivers, and the broader ALS community. Topics include updates on clinical trials, best practices for clinical care, and current research efforts in ALS causes and treatments. Our webinars also offer participants the opportunity to ask questions directly of the experts running clinical trials and conducting research activities.
Dr. Nathan Crone (Johns Hopkins University) discusses the rationale for using brain-computer interfaces to support communication in people with severe motor impairments and describes two clinical trials of implantable brain-computer interfaces at Johns Hopkins.
Join Dr. Steven Zeiler, Dr. Terri Thompson and Ed Rapp on July 13th to hear more about the newly launched ALS Companion app and the Answer ALS data portal. Answer ALS is creating a hub of ALS knowledge and resources to help propel the research field forward. Find out how you can help.
In this webinar, Dr. Richard Bedlack (Duke ALS Clinic) and Dr. Merit Cudkowicz (Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS at Mass General Hospital) will discuss why research engagement by people living with ALS is important, examples of how it is helping, continued challenges, and plans for further improvements in the future.