HDSA’s research program has expanded in recent years, and in 2020 we’re using a new online platform to help smooth the application and review process. Right now we have two open applications, the Berman-Topper HD Career Development Fellowship, which supports young scientists who desire to devote their career to Huntington’s disease, and the Donald A. King Summer Research Fellowship, open to undergraduate students spending the summer working in an HD lab. Both application portals are open until March. Stay tuned for the Human Biology Project Request for Proposals, coming this spring. Contact LFox@hdsa.org to learn more. 


Huntington’s Disease Educational Resources from the ASGCT 

The mission of the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy (ASGCT) is to spread knowledge, awareness, and education around gene and cell therapy. With many HD gene therapies in the research pipeline and in clinical development, ASGCT has created some great educational resources that are specific for Huntington’s disease.  Their site is full of easy-to-digest information about gene therapy across many different disorders, and we encourage you to explore and share their resources.  


Upcoming HDSA Research Webinar 

This is a final shout-out for our annual Research Year in Review Webinar 

When: January 22nd, 2020, 12-1 pm Eastern time 

What: Dr. George Yohrling and Dr. Leora Fox will recap HD research in 2019 and discuss HDSA’s plans for the future. 

Register today to attend!