Where the Money Goes
Make Treatments and Cures Real
One of the most important roles we have as an organization is to be a good steward of the donations you provide to focus on accelerating promising research and getting treatments in the hands of patients — not in 20 years, but as soon as possible. In 2020, I AM ALS funded $500,000 in ALS research grants.
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I AM ALS awards $400,000 in ALS research grants
I AM ALS funds Expanded Access Program at MGH
I AM ALS funds ALS research at UCI
I AM ALS funds ALS research at BrainStorm Cell Therapeutic
- Read a note to the community about this grant.
- Read about the grant awarded to BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics for $500,000 for an ALS Biomarker Study.
We will find cures for ALS. The only question is when. That answer depends on you.
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Brainstorm’s NurOwn Updates
In a first-of-its-kind meeting, I AM ALS brought together senior leadership from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics, a U.S. biotechnology company that is developing a potential breakthrough ALS treatment, NurOwn.
ALS Signal and PaCTD
I AM ALS debuted the launch of ALS Signal: Clinical Research Dashboard. ALS Signal is a new global resource created by dedicated patients, caregivers and advocates to offer a user-friendly way to discover current ALS-related clinical research, allowing for efficient access to information that is vital to the ongoing efforts to end ALS.