Mercy Foundation$50,000 through May, 2021
to support the Sacramento MS Center to provide remote medical services during COVID-19.
Washington University$106,000 through December, 2021
to support Dr. Anne Cross' research on gradient echo MRI techniques to detect and measure the evolution of progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
University of British Columbia Division of Neurology$240,000 through August, 2021
to improve and standardize MS imaging for clinical and research purposes.
Mercy Foundation$600,000 through July, 2022
to support the MS Achievement Center serving Sacramento and the Northern California region.
The Regents of the University of California$1,600,000 through May, 2022
To support Dr. Rhonda Voskuhl's research on disability-specific disease modifying treatments in multiple sclerosis.
American Brain Foundation$65,000 through May, 2018
to support the launch of a new crowdfunding platform for campaigns focused on research in Multiple Sclerosis during MS Awareness Month.
The Regents of the University of California$185,000 through October, 2019
to support planning for a phase III clinical trial of estriol.
J. David Gladstone Institutes$405,000 through October, 2019
to support research on the coagulation cascade as a biomarker for progressive multiple sclerosis.
National Institutes of Health$74,062 through June, 2019
to identify new biomarkers of inflammation and neurodegeneration using the plasma of patients with MS.
University of California, San Francisco$120,000 through June, 2019
to support a retinal method study of innate immune activation in MS, with a goal of advancing targeted therapeutic approaches.
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This amount represents total giving towards preventing avoidable sight loss from cataracts and blinding trachoma.About Program
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