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SCAsource Receives its First External Funding!

Hi everyone! This is a quick message from the volunteers behind SCAsource. We are super excited to announce that we have received our first external financial support, a £1,200 grant from Ataxia UK. Ataxia UK is a charity organization located in the United Kingdom which supports people affected by any Read More…

Happy Holidays from SCAsource!

Sorry, no new article this week. The staff and volunteers are taking a small break. We will be back next week with a new article in January 2020. Happy New Year! Image of New Year’s fireworks. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Read More…

Last chance to participate in our reader feedback survey!

Our reader feedback survey closes on Monday, December 2 at 7:00AM. If you haven’t had the chance yet to give your feedback, you can read more information about the survey study here and access the online survey at this link. Thank you in advance, your feedback is invaluable! And thank Read More…

1 Year Anniversary of SCAsource!

SCAsource launched one year ago today on September 27, 2018. In that time we’ve had over 18,000 views and published over 40 articles. Now we are launching a survey about the website to make sure we are meeting our goals. SCAsource is turning a year old! A huge thank you Read More…

SCAsource Turns 6 Months Old!

Today marks the six-month anniversary of the SCAsource website launch. A big thank you to all who have read our posts and have come back for more! It is really exciting to see SCAsource grow from an idea shared between colleagues to an actual website that people read. Another thank Read More…

Welcome to SCAsource!

About six months ago, scientists from all over the world converged on the 2018 Ataxia Investigators Meeting. Colleagues and students discussed the latest advancements in ataxia research. Researchers were able to connect with patients and families, letting them know what progress was being made. Some of the discussion between trainees Read More…

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