ARSACS research featured on CBC Radio

ARSACS research project, led by Drs. Mckinney ,Watt and Toscano- Marquez, was featured on CBC radio “Let’s Go” on 2022-01-20. As part of the “Understanding the Brain” segment, Rackeb Tesfaye, science columnist at CBC radio and a PHD...

Dr. Pandolfo joins the Foundation’s Board

The Ataxia Charlevoix-Saguenay Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. Massimo Pandolfo has joined its board of directors. Dr. Pandolfo is Professor of Neurology at McGill University in Montreal since January 2021. Prior, he was Professor of neurology and Director...

The Foundation needs your support

The Foundation’s fundraising campaign is underway until the end of December. We need your support to pursue our mission to finance ARSACS research. Together we can work toward the goal of making lives better for individuals affected by ARSACS. Research needs...

Great opportunity to do ARSACS research in Italy

The Organizzazione di volontariato (ODV) is offering a seed grant of 50 000€ to finance research on ARSACS in partnership with the Fondazione Telethon . This opportunity is for researchers in Italy. However, a project involving  an international  collaboration  would...

ARSACS research published in Frontiers Journal

The research by Drs Alanna Watt and Anne Mckinney “Molecular identity and location influence Purkinje cell vulnerability in ARSACS mice”  has been published in the Frontiers Journal. At this time, only the abstract is available. The manuscript will be on...

Invitation to the ARSACS International Symposium

Invitation to the 6th ARSACS International Symposium to be held on November 4th, 2021.   Keynote speaker Dr. Schmahmann from the Massachusetts General Hospital. Half-day virtual conferences, free registration, opened to all. See Program. Please do not hesitate to...