Every other month DMRF Canada publishes Going Forward; our bi-monthly e-newsletter.
What's Making News
November 2018: The DMRF Canada Board of Directors is pleased and proud to announce the launch of a new grant intended to fund research that could lead to better clinical treatments for dystonia patients. "DMRF Canada is committed to supporting the highest quality dystonia research in Canada," said Stefanie Ince, Executive Director.
This is the second research investment that has been announced this fall, following the launch of a two year Clinical Fellowship which was launched in October 2018.
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DMRF Canada is pleased to announce we are accepting applications for a two-year clinical and research fellowship to support the training of exceptionally qualified physicians in preparation for their clinical career in movement disorders with a focus on dystonia and a special competence in use of botulinum toxins.
September 24, 2018
DMRF Canada is thrilled to announce that through 2018 and 2019, they will be increasing research funding for dystonia research that focuses on better clinical treatments for dystonia with the addition of two new projects, specifically for researchers in Canada: