News from the ALS Therapy Development Institute
Volume 20 Issue 12 | December 2019

Top 5 Things to Look for in ALS Research in 2020 Webinar

Join our President and CEO, Steve Perrin Ph.D., and our CSO, Fernando Vieira M.D., for a summary of research from 2019 and a look at the top five things to look at in ALS research in 2020. You can register for the webinar here.


Racing to End ALS

In 2017, David Lloyd Jr. was diagnosed with ALS, since then, he and his brother Scott have been racing to find a cure "It’s hard to think about the things that I may not be able to do in the future, but I’m lucky that my 'best brother,' Scott, helps me focus on the things I can do right now. Scott and I share a passion for cars, particularly, fast ones. Thanks to Scott, we’ve spent the last year living our dream or racing cars together, while I still can. For us, racing has become about finding a cure for ALS." You can read their story here.

Recap from the 2019 Leadership Summit

On Friday, November 8, 2019, ALS TDI hosted our 15th Leadership Summit, a full-day conference featuring keynote presentations that provide an in-depth look at the most advanced ALS research. You can read more about the talks given that day and watch the videos from the presentations here.


Giving Tuesday Was A Hit!

Last week was #GivingTuesday, and because of your support, we were able to raise over $106,000 for ALS research at ALS TDI. We are overwhelmed by the incredible generosity of everyone in the ALS community. We would also like to thank the wonderful people who were willing to share their stories with us, you can read all of the stories we shared on #GivingTuesday here.
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