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It is with great pleasure that ALS Canada announces the 2015 recipients of our Doctoral Research Awards. As a result of continued pursuance of a better understanding of the disease and new treatments, it is imperative that promising young investigators are nurtured into a career focused on ALS research.
It is with great pleasure that ALS Canada announces the two recipients of 2015 postdoctoral fellowships awarded by the ALS Canada Research Program. As a result of the continued pursuance of a better understanding of the disease and new treatments to achieve our vision, it is imperative that promising young investigators are nurtured into a career focused on ALS research.
In late 2011, two international consortia identified that mutations in a gene called C9ORF72 causes a higher percentage of familial and sporadic ALS than any other previously discovered.