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Where the Funding Goes

Amanda provides brief visuals on where your funding has gone within the USA and Worldwide.
I thought it would be useful to show our friends and donors where their funding has gone over the years. So I used a free charting tool called mapchart to illustrate this. The fir… http://fshfriends.com/blog/where-funding-goes/

FSHD Research Funding Overview 2015

FSHD funding overview compiled by Wouter Suurmond of Facio Therapies BV.
Reprinted with permission. This report provides an overview of the worldwide funding of research in the field of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD) in 2015 and previ… http://fshfriends.com/blog/fshd-research-funding-overview-2015/

Research Funding: Dr. Eric Wagner aims to stop DUX4 from being made

Dr. Wagner and a graduate student, Natoya Peart, have an innovative approach to reduce DUX4 levels.
Friends of FSH Research and FSHD Canada are excited to announce that Dr. Eric Wagner and a graduate student in his lab, Natoya Peart, have been awarded a two-year grant in the for… http://fshfriends.com/blog/research-funding-dr-eric-wagner-aims-stop-dux4-being-made/

Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center Grant

Today the University of Washington announced that it received four years of funding for a Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), a branch of …
Today the University of Washington announced that it received four years of funding for a Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center from the National Instit… http://fshfriends.com/blog/paul-d-wellstone-muscular-dystrophy-cooperative-research-center-grant/

Travel Grants Now Available

In order to further promote basic research, Friends of FSHD Research invites researchers to apply for travel grants of up to $2,000. As with the Flex Fund Program, this program is directed toward quick response to small grant requests in order to provi…
In order to further promote basic research, Friends of FSHD Research invites researchers to apply for travel grants of up to $2,000. As with the Flex Fund Program, this program… http://fshfriends.com/blog/travel-grants-now-available/