Over the course of a day, the average person will walk three miles. Over the course of three days, Dearric Winchester will run more than 72 times that average during the 11th annual Cascade Lakes Relay (CLR) in beautiful Central Oregon. Armed with months of training and a support van full of family and friends, Winchester will battle dramatic temperature
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AMD begins their podcast series “Shades of Migraine”
The Association of Migraine Disorders raised $14,000 for research at its third annual Mad Hatter Party, held June 23 at the Squantum Association in East Providence. Read More
The Migraine Research Foundation (MRF) and the Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD) announce the opening of a joint Request for Proposals for migraine research grants. MRF is committed to discovering the causes, improving the treatments, and finding a cure, and AMD stimulates increased research specifically in the area of migraine disorders. We’re looking for projects that will help sufferers by
The inaugural Migraine Disorders Symposium was held on Tuesday, February 17 at the Brown Institute for Brain Science. Frederick Godley, MD provided introductory remarks about the new partnership between the Brown research center and the Association of Migraine Disorders. The featured speaker Daniela Pietrobon, PhD of Padova, Italy, an expert on calcium channel physiology was unable to attend due to
MRF has once again partnered with the Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD), a nonprofit based in Rhode Island, in funding a grant, which will be known as the Association of Migraine Disorders Grant. MRF and AMD plan to work together on future projects to help sufferers by advancing our ability to understand and treat migraine. View entire press release: Migraine
The Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD) has sponsored a $100,000 multi-investigator pilot grant to support a migraine research project at Brown University. The project aligns with AMD’s overarching goal to further state-of-the-art research into the symptoms of migraine disease. The grant is a first step in what AMD hopes will become a long term partnership with researchers at Brown.
MRF announced that it has partnered with the Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD), a nonprofit based in Rhode Island, for the first time in funding a grant, which will be known as the Association of Migraine Disorders Grant. MRF and AMD plan to work together on future projects to help sufferers by advancing our ability to understand and treat migraine.