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AMD is actively developing cooperative relationships with multiple migraine nonprofit organizations in the belief that nonprofits will be more powerful, cost effective and successful in collaboration with others.
About The Carney Institute for Brain Science
The Carney Institute brings together more than 100 faculty members spanning life and physical sciences, mathematics, engineering, humanities and medicine and fosters interdisciplinary research around three themes; fundamental discovery, brain health and neurotechnology.
In 2014, the Association of Migraine Disorders 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. This grant was the first step in a long term partnership with researchers at Brown.
AMD has worked closely with the team of Drs. Diane Lipscombe, Julie Kauer, Carl Saab, Chris Moore and Julie Roth to develop both a new animal model for testing migraine interventions and a post-doctoral position devoted to migraine research. There has been a recent seminar on migraine disorders and a student shadowing program.
About Migraine Research Foundation
The MRF raises money to fund research to discover the causes, improve the treatments, and find a cure for migraine.
AMD funds an annual $50,00 Migraine Disorders Grant. MRF generously provides the solicitaion and review of applications as well as the managment of the grants.
VEDA is a nonprofit organization that exists to provide information and support to people suffering from inner-ear balance disorders
AMD and VEDA share overlapping missions and seek to share information that might help both ogranizations grow stronger.
About The Migraine Association of Ireland
The MAI is a non-profit, world-renowned for its energy and determination in providing up-to-date quality information and advice, promoting the best treatment for migraine sufferers and raising awareness among health professionals and the general public about what can be a particularly debilitating condition.
AMD and MAI share overlapping missions and seek to share information that might help both ogranizations grow stronger.
About the American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Organized by the American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, the CORE program is a collaboration of several societies, foundations, and industry supporters focused on providing support for research in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
AMD offers an annual $10,000 Otolaryngology resident grant for original migraine research.
The CHEER clinical research network's mission is to become the national resource for practice-based clinical research in disorders of the ear, nose and throat; translate the latest evidence into practice efficiently and expeditiously; and ultimately improve patient care. CHEER is comprised of 24 private and academic sites around the country committed to practice-based research and improving outcomes.
AMD has funded a broad epidemiological study of head and neck migraine symptoms