Latest Research Results
Since 2013, the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition has funded 42 MSA research grants at 29 well-respected institutions around the world. Our goal is to support the most promising MSA research regardless of geographic location. The MSA Coalition Research Grant Program features a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) made up of renowned experts in MSA who ensure that MSA Research Funds are invested in the most effective way possible. We are very proud of our role in encouraging collaborative efforts and funding global research aimed at uncovering the cause of MSA, improving diagnosis, discovering better treatments and moving us closer to a cure.
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Research Dollars Making a Difference
A research grant from the MSA Coalition helped support this trial, the results of which show that “physiotherapy is feasible, safe and improves gait performance in patients with multiple system atrophy”.
MSA Research Slide Presentations
Explore the latest results from MSA research projects funded by the MSA Coalition by clicking through to view the slide presentations.
WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO UNDERSTANDING THE CAUSE OF MSA:
Pathological alpha-synuclein in MSA is Unique and Different from All the Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
It takes two to tango: Alpha-synuclein and p25-alpha in MSA pathogenesis
WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO FINDING BETTER WAYS TO DIAGNOSE MSA:
A new blood test distinguishes MSA from Parkinson's disease
Defining diagnostic brain MRI markers in early MSA
A serum miRNAs signature as potential biomarker for MSA
The diagnostic scope of Sensor-Based Gait Analysis in Atypical Parkinsonism
WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO FINDING A DISEASE-MODIFYING TREATMENT FOR MSA:
Promising results in a new proof-of-concept pre-clinical study of the drug candidate CLR01
Exploring the Role of Iron in Multiple System Atrophy
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Building Hope Through Research
Since 2013, the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition has funded 42 MSA focused research projects for a total of $2 Million.
Explore the links below to learn more about our research goals and the outcomes of our funded projects.
The 42 projects cover four major themes:
- Pathogenesis: Uncovering the cause of MSA
- Diagnostic Biomarkers: Improving methods for better diagnosis
- Preclinical: Evaluating potential new treatments in the lab
- Clinical: Facilitating clinical studies of potential new treatments in MSA patients
We are making an impact!