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Neuromuscular Diseases Unit/ALS Center, Swiss ALS Foundation & ALS Association Switzerland

The Neuromuscular Diseases Unit/ALS Center at the Kantonsspital St.Gallen is the major referral center for ALS patients in Switzerland. The dedicated team provides multidisciplinary holistic care for patients and caregivers and is also engaged in clinical research. Research projects include studies in neurophysiology, genetics, imaging, outcome measures and clinical trials. The center is committed to international collaborations and is therefore participating in Project MinE.

The Swiss ALS Foundation (Schweizerische ALS Stiftung) was founded in 2003 by a young ALS patient Dirk Henauer, who dedicated the last 2 years of his life to the establishment of the foundation. The main goal of the ALS foundation is to foster and support research in ALS. Furthermore the foundation aims to provide support to ALS patients and their relatives. Over the past 10 years the foundation has supported numerous research projects at various academic institutions in Switzerland. For Project MinE the ALS Foundation has already raised 40.000 euros.

The Neuromuscular Diseases Unit and the Swiss ALS Association are partners in Project MinE. The goal is to analyse 600 DNA samples.

May we introduce our experts?

Project MinE research in Switzerland is performed at the Neuromuscular Diseases Unit/ALS Center at the Kantonsspital St.Gallen.

  • Markus Weber

    Professor of Neurology, Head Neuromuscular Diseases Unit/ALS Clinic Kantonsspital St.Gallen

    Markus Weber

    Professor of Neurology, Head Neuromuscular Diseases Unit/ALS Clinic Kantonsspital St.Gallen

    Prof. dr. Weber is founder of the ALS clinic in St. Gallen in 2006 and the ALS clinic at the University Hospital Basel and acting chief of all ALS research projects in St. Gallen and Basel.

    He is a clinical researcher who has been involved in numerous ALS clinical trials as PI and advisory board member and has published numerous articles on ALS and neuromuscular diseases. The ALS clinic St.Gallen is part of an extensive European network of ALS research participating in several EU-funded projects. Markus is currently a member of the Executive committee of the European network for the cure of ALS (ENCALS).

Our partners

In Switzerland fundraising for Project MinE is led by the Swiss ALS Foundation.

Nuestro sincero agradecimiento a todos los que han contribuido a Project MinE

  • various donations to Swiss ALS Association
    € 1 272
     • Suiza
  • Ice Bucket Challenge 2014 - the Swiss ALS Association
    € 47 728
     • Suiza
  • Ice Bucket Challenge - Schweizerische ALS Stiftung
    € 41 583
     • Suiza