A new MDA grant will defray travel costs for participants in a large-scale trial to find the optimal corticosteroid regimen for boys with Duchenne MD
Robert Griggs, a professor of neurology at the University of Rochester (N.Y.), has received an MDA grant of $237,316 over three years to support travel costs for North American participants in a large, multinational trial to determine which corticosteroid treatment regimen is best for children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
In kindergarten, Mo Gerhardt played tee ball and soccer, and while his hand-eye coordination was excellent, his strength wasn’t.
Matthew (“Mo”) Gerhardt of Bath, Mich., will be 36 years old this fall.
MDA grant will support a study of prednisone in 25 boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy who are less than 2½ years old
Pediatric neurologist Anne Connolly has received an MDA grant to study the effects of prednisone on Duchenne muscular dystrophy in very young children.
MDA has awarded a grant to Anne Connolly, a pediatric neurologist at Washington University in St.
Trial sites have begun opening in a large study to determine which regimen of corticosteroid treatment provides maximum benefit in Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Update (June 25, 2014): An approximately five-minute video about this FOR-DMD trial has been posted to YouTube.
MDA-supported researchers have used genetic engineering to target renegade cells of the immune system in mice with a disease resembling myasthenia gravis
Researchers funded in part by MDA say a gene-based therapy designed to treat myasthenia gravis (MG) has shown promise in mice with an MG-like disease.
The research team was led by Dan Drachman, a longtime MDA research grantee at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, who also co-directs the MDA neuromuscular disease clinic at that institution. Drachman, a professor of neurology, has a special...
MDA has awarded $1.5 million to ReveraGen BioPharma to develop a drug with the benefits of prednisone, but without the side effects, for Duchenne MD
The Muscular Dystrophy Association has awarded $1,549,725 to ReveraGen BioPharma, a Rockville, Md., biotechnology company, for development of a dissociative glucocorticoid to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
MDA awarded $120,000 to Catabasis Pharmaceuticals to test two anti-inflammatory compounds, CAT-1004 and CAT-1040, in the mdx mouse model of Duchenne MD
The Muscular Dystrophy Association has awarded $120,000 to Cambridge, Mass.-based Catabasis Pharmaceuticals as part of a strategic partnership under which the pharmaceuticals company will test two compounds called CAT-1004 and CAT-1040 in the mdx research mouse model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).