• We congratulate our team member Professor Mary-Louise Rogers to the award of a FIGHT MND grant. This will permit Professor Rogers to fund her research for the premodiALS project. She says: "This is an exciting opportunity to work collaboratively with MND researchers in Europe and Australia to, for the first time, identify an ‘early signature or fingerprint’ of MND.” – Associate Professor Mary-Louise Rogers

  • This flyer briefly describes the premodiALS study to people who are willing to participate.

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  • We are happy to announce that today the premodiALS project was approved by the lead Ethics Commission of the Technical University of Munich. We are now ready to start recruitment.

  • The kick-off meeting of the premodiALS project has taken place in Munich on July 1st, 2022. Partners were discussing tasks and milestones of this challenging project. Harmonization of recruitment as well as analytical methods and data integration was discussed in detail. We are looking forward to the official project start on September 1st.
  • Within the scope of the newly funded JPND consortium ‘premodiALS’, we offer a Postdoctoral position (TV-L E13) to work on the identification of a disease signature for pre-symptomatic and early Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), starting at the earliest convenience.

  • The kick-off meeting of the premodiALS consortium will take place June 30th/July 1st, 2022 in Munich, Germany. We are looking forward to welcoming all partners to this exciting meeting.