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For academics: explore our research

For academics: explore our research

The scientific details of our current research projects.

Project Name Primary Location Principal Investigatorsort ascending
A potential role for synapses in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Edinburgh Spires-Jones, Tara
Edinburgh Brain Bank Edinburgh Smith, Colin
Investigating links between MND and RNA biology St Andrews Sleeman, Judith
The cell and molecular biology of neurodegenerative disease Edinburgh Skehel, Paul
Pathogenesis of neuromuscular synaptic dysfunction and transmission failure in organophosphate toxicity Edinburgh Ribchester, Richard
Development of confocal endomicroscopy for MND research Edinburgh Ribchester, Richard
Speak:Unique, The Voicebank Research Project Edinburgh Rewaj, Phillipa
Clinical impact of apathy in motor neurone disease (CIAMND) Norwich Radakovic, Ratko
Biomedicine, Self and Society Edinburgh Pickersgill, Martyn
Cardiovascular and organ pathology in spinal muscular atrophy Aberdeen Parson, Simon
CARE-MND Edinburgh Pal, Suvankar
Identifying novel neuroprotective mechanisms in motor neurone disease Edinburgh Murray, Lyndsay
Pathophysiological disease mechanisms underlying motor neuron dysfunction in MND St Andrews Miles, Gareth
Studying myelinated axon biology using zebrafish Edinburgh Lyons, David
Delineating the role of defects in the ubiquitin--proteasome system in MND Glasgow Kurz, Thimo
Cellular and molecular anatomy of the human neuromuscular junction Edinburgh Jones, Ross
Molecular characterisation of underlying systemic pathologies in spinal muscular atrophy Glasgow Hunter, Gillian
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of brain repair Edinburgh Herrgen, Leah
Signaling pathways to degeneration and resilience Edinburgh Hardingham, Giles
Developing new therapies for motor neurone disease (SMA and ALS) Edinburgh Gillingwater, Tom
Speak:Unique Evaluation Glasgow Ferrie, Jo
Futures MND Qualitative Project Glasgow Ferrie, Jo
Modelling MND using human induced pluripotent stem cells Edinburgh Chandran, Siddharthan
Neuromuscular junctions (NMJs) as therapeutic targets in MND Aberdeen Bewick, Guy
New drugs that stabilise motor axons (UK Spinal Muscular Atrophy Consortium) Edinburgh Becker, Catherina
Translation elongation factors and the selective vulnerability of motor neurons Edinburgh Abbott, Cathy
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