$140,000 Grant to Jocelyn Côté, PhD

Cure SMA Canada Awards $140,000 Grant to Joceyln Côté, PhD, University of Ottawa Cure SMA Canada has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Joceyln Côté, PhD, at The University of Ottawa, for his project, “Investigating the mechanism by which SMN regulates translation: identification of novel therapeutic targets.” Understanding the function of the SMN protein is…

First ever therapy for SMA

Spinraza became the first ever approved treatment for SMA in the USA in December 2016. Spinraza became the first ever approved treatment for SMA in the USA in December 2016. Spinraza became the first ever approved treatment for SMA in the USA in December 2016. Spinraza became the first ever approved treatment for SMA in the USA…