Project ALS Family
Robert H. Brown, Jr., M.D., D.Phil
Neurologist & Geneticist, University of Massachusetts
Project ALS was enlisting ALS investigators for new collaborations and research in 1998 — that’s when I got involved. They made a compelling argument for a new level of data sharing and interaction between ALS research groups, and supported this view with research funding. Moreover, Project ALS provides a context for frequent scientific meetings with other investigators; these meetings are catalytic and stimulating, and motivate us all to do more.