- HDSA Berman-Topper HD Career Development Fellowship Applications due March 17th!
- Convention Scholarship Applications due March 15th
- Upcoming HDF Webinar: “Huntington’s disease and Cardiac Health: Is there a Connection?”
HDSA Berman-Topper HD Career Development Fellowship Applications due March 17th!
With a shared goal of developing the next generation of passionate and forward-thinking HD scientists, in 2016, HDSA and the Berman and Topper families collaborated to launch the HDSA Berman-Topper HD Career Development Fellowship. This grant program offers funding opportunities for young researchers pursuing innovative lines of scientific inquiry in HD. Early-career scientists and post-doctoral researchers with a special interest in making HD an integral part of their career development are invited to apply for this award. To learn more about the fellowship and how to apply, click here. All submissions must be completed by March 17th for consideration.
HDSA Convention Scholarship Applications due March 15th
Join HDSA in New Orleans, Louisiana, from June 1-3 for the 38th Annual HDSA Convention. To reserve your spot today at the early-bird rate or learn more about HDSA Convention scholarships, click here. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship to attend, submissions are due next week on Wednesday, March 15th. More information about HDSA Convention scholarships can be found at the at the bottom of this page. This year’s HDSA Convention will feature plenty of research programming, including a showcase of actively recruiting clinical trials, an opportunity to ask HD scientists questions, talks from HDSA-funded researchers, and more. We hope to see you there!
Upcoming HDF Webinar: “Huntington’s disease and Cardiac Health: Is there a Connection?”
Join HDF for an upcoming webinar that will explore cardiac health in Huntington’s disease. On March 21 at 12PM ET, two HDF-funded scientists, HDSA SAB Member, Dr. Michelle Gray, and Dr. Sophie St-Cyr, will discuss cardiovascular abnormalities in HD and their breakthrough research focused on improving quality of life for people with HD. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation. To register, click here.