Dr. Ghering presenting his ARSACS project

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In an effort to make research easier to understand, the ARSACS researchers have produced a serie of short videos describing their respective project. The first one is a presentation by Dr.Ghering. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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Using Stem Cell Therapies for ARSACS

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Dr. Salver Erceg, in Valencia (Spain), explains in a short video how he is using stem cell therapies to investigate in vitro the affected cells in ARSACS patients. This research project is funded by the Foundation. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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$1Million raised at the Diner des Producteurs 2018. Thank you !

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Thanks to your generosity, the Foundation can continue to fund research on ARSACS with the aim of developing a treatment for this rare disease. Special thanks to the co-chairs Mrs. Erin Slater Battat and Mr.Joe Battat, chefs, sponsors,donors and all the volunteers. This would not have been possible without you. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, …

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World experts at the 5th International Symposium on ARSACS

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About 50 world expert researchers on ARSACS shared their data and knowledge at the International ARSACS Symposium hosted by the Neuro in Montreal. Dr. Brais, Neuro’s leading expert on ARSACS, describes why this is an important conference. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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Study of Dr. Gentil’s team published in the FASEBJ

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The study “Sacsin, mutated in ataxia ARSACS, regulates intermediate filament assembly and dynamics” has been published on October 23,2018 in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal (FASEBJ).“For the time being, this is a very interesting study that needs to be recognized by broad audience in life sciences and medicine” according to Dr. Robert Goldman an expert in …

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AGENDA – 5th International ARSACS Symposium

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The 5th ARSACS Symposium is very soon. AGENDA for the 2 days. The public is invented to meet the ARSACS researchers on Wednesday October 31 at 4:30. Come and join us! Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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ARSACS article published in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

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“From motor performance to participation: a quantitative descriptive study in adults with autosomal recessive spastic ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay” a study which evaluates the motor performance of individuals with ARSACS, was published in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases on September 19, 2018. Drs.Cynthia Gagnon, Bernard Brais, Isabelle Lessard, Caroline Lavoie, Isabelle Côté and Jean Mathieu participated in the study. Interesting, …

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5th International Symposium on ARSACS on October 31st

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The 5th International Symposium on ARSACS will be held in Montreal on October 31st. The agenda will be posted on the website over the next few days. For the first time, the public is invited to attend. The guest speakers at the Symposium will present their research in a “capsule” format from 8:30 to 9:30. Come meet our researchers, it’s …

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Study of Dr. Durham’s team to be published in the FASEBJ

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The study “Sacsin, mutated in ataxia ARSACS, regulates intermediate filament assembly and dynamics” will be published in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal (FASEBJ). “For the time being, this is a very interesting study that needs to be recognized by broad audience in life sciences and medicine” according to Dr. Robert Goldman an expert in the field …