McLaughlin Institute

The McLaughlin Research Institute is positioned to unravel the secrets of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s that cause millions of people to lose brain functions.”

Irving Weissman, MD
Stanford University
Chair, MRI Scientific Advisory Committee

McLaughlin Research Institute is a center for neurogenetic research on Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other degenerative nerve diseases. Our work to understand neurodegeneration is the foundation for medical advances that will prevent and cure these devastating diseases. The Institute is an independent, nonprofit organization located in Great Falls, Montana. Our internationally known, genetically engineered mouse models for neurological disease are widely used for testing and developing new therapies. Learn more about MRI.

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Initiative 181 Qualifies for November 8th, 2016 ballot

Ballot Initiative 181, the Montanans for Research and Cures Initiative that will provide $200 million over 10 years for biomedical research, was certified Thursday for the General Election ballot by Secretary of State Linda McCulloch.

The number of verified signatures required for I-181 to be placed on the Nov. 8 ballot was 24,175. At the time of certification, it had 24,970 verified signatures, officials said.

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