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Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
RNAs as diagnosis tools in FrontoTemporal Lobar Degeneration
FR-17032 Isabelle LE BER Fondation Vaincre Alzheimer (France) 2017
Detection of misfolded TDP-43 protein in CSF and plasma of GRN and C9orf72 mutation carriers
AFTD-Caroppo-2017 Caroppo, Paola The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration 2017
Language Deficits And Cognitive Dysfunction In Motor Neuron Disease
EUJPND-Aus-NHMRC-Burrell-35 Burrell, James Australia National Health and Medical Research Council (Aus-NHMRC) 2016
Tackling the complex pathogenesis of non-Alzheimer dementias and motor neurodegenerative disorders
EUJPND-Aus-NHMRC-Halliday-96 Halliday, Glenda Australia National Health and Medical Research Council (Aus-NHMRC) 2016
Identifying novel markers to differentiate frontotemporal dementia from Alzheimer's disease
EUJPND-Aus-NHMRC-Kumfor-122 Kumfor, Fiona Australia National Health and Medical Research Council (Aus-NHMRC) 2016
Imaging of Neurodegeneration
EUJPND-Aus-NHMRC-Villemagne-206 Villemagne, Victor Australia National Health and Medical Research Council (Aus-NHMRC) 2016
Prédire pour prévenir les démences frontotemporales (DFT) et la sclérose latérale amyotrophique (SLA). Predict to prevent frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
EUJPND-DGOS-LE BER-705 LE BER, Isabelle La direction générale de l'Offre de soins (DGOS) 2016
Clinicopathological associations in frontotemporal dementia
AADRF-Chare-2013 Chare, Leone Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2013
Understanding behaviour and function in frontotemporal dementia: developing better assessments and intervention approaches
AADRF-O'Connor-2013 O'Connor, Claire Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2013
The future looks bright – Episodic future thinking as a diagnostic aid in frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
AADRF-Irish-2011 Irish, Muireann Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2011