GP2 launched BLAAC PD: Black and African American Connections to Parkinson’s Disease, as part of our commitment to increase representation in research and care within communities.
This article, authored by Drs. Ekemini A. U. Riley and Randy Schekman, delves into the ASAP initiative, highlighting its emphasis on open science and collaboration to improve understanding of the biology underlying the onset and progression of Parkinson’s Disease.
This proved to be a formative year in the fight against Parkinson’s. Check out ASAP’s 2020 efforts and progress in better understanding the underlying causes of PD.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation Seeks Applications for its Edmond J. Safra Fellowship in Movement Disorders
This program funds academic medical centers worldwide to train new movement disorder clinician-researchers over a two-year period. Please note the deadline for this opportunity has now passed.
The Lancet highlights the work we do with our AMP-PD partners in enabling meaningful progress in the development of new therapies to treat Parkinson’s disease.
Philanthropy News Digest featured ASAP in this article detailing what our grantees hope to accomplish with their research.