To understand the genetic basis of ALS and to ultimately find a cure for this devastating, fatal neuromuscular disease, Project MinE aims to analyse the DNA of at least 15,000 ALS patients and 7,500 control subjects. The resulting 22,500 DNA profiles will be compared.
Researchers meet and discuss their progress on data mining activities in Project MinE with the genomes so far.
First get-together for researchers to challenge their big-data calculation skills on the Project MinE database located in Amsterdam Science Park
International Project MinE research partners and ALS foundations meet at the Project MinE interim meeting in Oxford, UK
2 km swim for MND in the Royal Victoria Docks.
More info: www.londoncityswim.com
International Project MinE research partners and ALS foundations meet at the Project MinE interim meeting in Glasgow, UK
The 29th International ALS symposium is from 7-9 December 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Researchers from al over the world meet to discuss their latest results, share ideas and start up more collaborations.
More information: www.mndassociation.org/symposium