This blog has been pretty quiet due to me passing my PhD and now working full-time at the MND Association and writing lots of blogs for them at www.mndresearch.wordpress.com. Fear not, I'm going to try and revive it!
In the meantime here is a link to a recent guest blog I did for the AMRC on the opening of the MND DNA Bank for researchers worldwide:
The Motor Neurone Disease Association has opened up its DNA bank to researchers in the motor neurone disease (MND) community. The bank includes samples from MND patients and healthy controls. Samantha Price from the Association tells us more about the project, and what this will mean for researchers.
See more at: http://www.amrc.org.uk/blog/researchers-worldwide-can-now-access-the-motor-neurone-disease-association-dna-bank
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