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SCAsource is Partnering with the National Ataxia Foundation

The SCAsource team is excited to announce that we are partnering with the National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) to improve our website infrastructure!

As you know, SCAsource is run by a team of volunteers, mainly graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from ataxia research labs. We’re researchers, not web designers, but we’ve done our best so far to make the SCAsource website the best it can be.

However, by partnering with NAF we will be able to get support with the administrative aspects of running the SCAsource website. They’ll also be covering our website costs, which will help us grow into a sustainable initiative.

SCAsource is partnering with the National Ataxia Foundation to improve our website infrastructure and cover our administrative costs. Image courtesy of the National Ataxia Foundation

Over the next few months, we’ll be migrating existing SCAsource content to a new section of the NAF website. We’re planning to have this finished by July 2022. But don’t worry! This current website will still be online for a while. You will be automatically redirected to the new website if you click the link of an old SCAsource article.

We are so excited for this next step in the growth of SCAsource! We’ll keep you updated as our transition to the new website progresses. Thank you to all our volunteer writers, editors, and translators who have made the idea of SCAsource a reality. Another huge thank you to you, our readers! Thanks to your interest and support, we’ve been able to partner with NAF.

You can learn more about the National Ataxia Foundation at its website. You can read more about our partnership in the official press release or the announcement video on Youtube.

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