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NBIA Board chooses new development director

Marsha Bryan

The NBIA Board of Trustees has selected a former consultant in nonprofit management with longtime experience managing fundraising campaigns as its new development director.

The board unanimously selected Marsha Bryan of San Marcos, Calif., to direct all the organization’s fundraising activities. She will be responsible for cultivating donors, applying for grants, facilitating planned giving, managing annual donor recognition programs and assisting families with fundraising efforts, among other duties.

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Meet Drew

Drew

Drew is a 20 year old with NBIA disorder. He is passionate about wanting people to know about rare diseases. Watch and share this inspiring video of his story.

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2015 Research Grant Cycle Open for Applications

Research

Researchers interested in applying for a grant from NBIA Disorders Association have until April 1, 2015 to submit their application.

Grants will be for one year and up to $45,000 with funding to begin June 30, 2015. Proposals to develop models will be considered for multi-year funding with budget justification.

Please see our grant application for more details:
Grants Program Information

OHSU Awarded Research Grant for 2014 PKAN Grant Round

Dr. Susan Hayflick

Dr. Susan Hayflick of Oregon Health & Science University has been awarded $45,000 by our organization for her grant titled, “Examining the role of ischemia in the neurodegenerative disease PKAN.” The one year grant period began on December 15, 2014.

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NBIAready Project Launches Website

OHSU group

The OHSU team has a new website at www.NBIAcure.org They created the site to serve as a valuable resource that is easy to use and understand.  It is part of a new project called NBIAready. It has three components: long-term studies of individuals with NBIA, development of a powerful database and the development of this comprehensive website to aid families, clinicians and researchers.

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Eighth International Family Conference May 28-31, 2015

Eighth International Family Conference May 28-31, 2015

Our Eighth International NBIA Disorders Association Family Conference will be held May 28-31, 2015.

Site of the conference is the Embassy Suites Minneapolis North in Brooklyn Center, Minn. The hotel is approximately 7 miles from downtown Minneapolis. Room rates are $114 for up to 2 people and $10 for each additional person.

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Board awards 3 research grants in March totaling $239,680 to study NBIA

Research Grant

The NBIA Disorders Association board is awarding $239,680 to three research projects that received top scores from a pool of 22 grant applications.

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NBIA research advances with grant awards

Dr. Penny Hogarth

NBIA researcher Dr. Penny Hogarth has been awarded startup funds to pursue a new area of NBIA study and to develop tests for gauging severity of the illness.

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Focus on Issues Radio

Patricia Wood

President Patricia Wood was the guest speaker on a “Focus on Issues” segment at KECR 910 AM radio station in El Cajon, CA in December.

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SCOPE Summit

SCOPE Summit

Miami, February 4-6, 2014

President Patricia Wood will participate in a panel discussion on "Partnership with Patient Communities to Get from Data to Clinic” at the Cambridge Healthtech Institute's SCOPE Summit in Miami.

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New Research Grant cycle open for applications

Research

Researchers interested in applying for a grant from NBIA Disorders Association have until October 31 to submit a letter of intent.

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Two clinical trials underway for PKAN

Clinical Trial

Listed in this news article are two clinical trials that may be of interest to you. Click the button below for more information about them.

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2013 Family Conference

The Alamo

Record number attend San Antonio gathering and enjoy learning and sightseeing together

Our Seventh International Family Conference in San Antonio was our largest yet, with 120 participants from the U.S., Canada, Australia, Norway, England, India and Japan. That number included 27 NBIA individuals, also a record number.

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New Google Group Forum for NBIAdisorders

NBIA Disorders Google Group

Our listserv through the Genetic Alliance is no longer available and we have moved to Google Groups.

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