ALS TDI Featured in "The Age of A.I."

The ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) is proud to announce that it is featured in episode two of “The Age of A.I.,” a new YouTube Originals documentary series hosted by Robert Downey Jr. The episode features former NFL linebacker Tim Shaw, who is battling ALS, as he works with a team at Google to help restore his ability to communicate, testing the prototype of Project Euphonia for the first time. You can learn more and watch the whole episode here.

Happy New Year! Our 2019 Milestones.

As we head into 2020, we want to thank everyone who supported ALS TDI throughout 2019. Recently, our President and CEO, Steven Perrin Ph.D., wrote an end-of-year letter to reflect on some of the year's milestones that you helped us achieve. For those who may have missed it, you can read Steve's letter here. Then on January 23, 2020, join Steve and our CSO, Fernando Vieira M.D., for a summary of research from 2019 and the top five things to look at in ALS research in 2020. You can register for the webinar here.

Resolve to Fund ALS Research in 2020

Looking for a New Year's Resolution? Consider participating in one of our signature programs! ALS TDI hosts events throughout the year all across the country. From biking 270-miles to educational programs to grabbing a beer with friends, we have programs suited for everyone. You can learn more about our signature programs here


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For the past few years, we have been sending out the PeriodicALS newsletters and want to keep you up to date with the best content we can provide. Please take a few moments to let us know your thoughts on our monthly newsletter by completing our survey here.

Last Chance to Apply to Run the United NYC Half Marathon

By applying to run the United Airlines NYC Half with the ALS TDI team, you will be raising much-needed funds and awareness for ALS research. We hope to see you in NYC in March!

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