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Above: a collection of vibrant pictures from the ballet, “Dear Miss Cline”.
“A high-spirited and sentimental hit”
San Francisco Chronicle:
KRTV recently interviewed Dr. George Carlson, MRI Director and lead researcher on the project, to find out more about the Rare Disease Challenge. To see the video and read more about this meaningful cause, please click on the link below.
McLaughlin Research Institute needs your VOTES!!!
We are extremely excited to be chosen as finalists in the Rare Disease Science Challenge: Be Heard (Helping Empower and Accelerate Research Discoveries) to accelerate rare disease research, for our entry on Fatal Familial Insomnia.
We need your votes, to win a $10,000 research grant! Please vote for our entry by doing the following:
click on this link: Rare Disease Science Challenge
Go to the “Vote” tab and click on the entry for Fatal Familial Insomnia, then click on the “Vote” button. Please note: you can only vote once per Facebook account. To view the entry details, click on “Fatal Familial Insomnia” or the picture above it.
Voting is open from now until March 15 at 1:00am EST.
Thank you for your support in this great opportunity!
The McLaughlin Research Institute
the “FRIENDS OF JOE MAZUREK”!
An event held at Carroll College in honor of the Mazurek family on November 13th, 2012 was well attended, and supported by sponsors Crowley Fleck PLLP Attorneys, Gough, Shanahan, Johnson & Waterman PLLP Attorneys at Law, and MRI.
The event was focused on education and outreach, to create awareness of MRI’s mission and research efforts.
The research scientists and support staff will continue to aggressively search for a cure to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT & PARTICIPATION.
“The memory of Joe Mazurek and what he (and his family) coped with in his final years puts a real face and a real urgency to the work of the McLaughlin Research Institute.”
– Nancy Davidson, MRI National Development Council Chair and MRI Board Member