Research Motor Neurone (RMN) is an institute researching Motor Neurone Disease, also known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. It is based in Trinity College Dublin and is headed by Professor Orla Hardiman.
Read our 2018 Newsletter for an overview of key events and research involving RMN over the last 12 months. It can be found here
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Gala Dinner in Support of Research Motor Neurone
We would like to thank all of those who made the Doddie Weir Gala Dinner a wonderful success.
The event has raised over €30,000, all of which will go to support new trials for MND!
Watch Your Back MND Initiative!
The Gala Dinner was also delighted to host the launch of Roy Taylor’s ‘Watch Your Back MND’ music video and campaign to raise funds specifically for MND research.
Please click here to watch Roy Taylor’s music video and learn more about Watch Your Back MND and how you can support it.
An International Collaboration To Find Effective Treatments For Motor Neurone Disease
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CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT AN EXCITING FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE TO TAKE PLACE IN JUNE 2020!
Research Motor Neurone (RMN) was founded in 2007, for the purpose of promoting and facilitating research into the causes and treatments of motor neurone disease (MND), also known as ALS. RMN also strives to increase awareness of this incurable disease at both a national and international level.
Ongoing research is needed to discover the cause, treatment and methods of improving quality of life for MND sufferers and their families.
The generous support from our donors helps us make progress in finding ways to help those who suffer from this debilitating condition. It is through the fundraising endeavours of all our sponsors that essential funds are raised to support RMN and our ongoing vital research. Thank you all for your kindness and continued support.