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Accelerating the discovery of a cure for ALS.
PRIZES + PROGRAMS
Learn about our prizes and programs.

Prize4Life was founded in 2006 with a singular mission: to accelerate the discovery of treatments and a cure for ALS, a terminal disease whose cause has eluded scientists for over a century. Since then, we have successfully launched and awarded several prizes and programs that have taken us closer to fulfilling that mission.

In late 2013, the Board of Directors and management team of Prize4Life took the decision to re-focus its activities to support a single program: the $1M Avi Kremer ALS Treatment Prize4Life. To find out more about this Prize and milestones associated with it, please click here. The rest of Prize4Life's programs, including the award winning PRO-ACT database, the ALS Prediction Algorithm Tool, and ALSGene, will be transferred to its sister organization, Prize4Life Israel, and the ALS Research Forum will continue as a collaborative program between the two organizations. 

For questions about Prize4Life - past, present and future - please contact Executive Director Sara Shnider at contact@prize4life.org

FACEBOOK UPDATES

Link posted on: Sat, December 10
The ALS Association and Prize4Life Announce Winners of $400K Assistive Technology Challenge
Link posted on: Wed, December 7
ALS TDI
Link posted on: Wed, December 7
IPG Prize recognises young research talent
Photo posted on: Tue, December 6
Prize4Life: Accelerating Research for ALS/ Lou Gehrig's Disease shared The ALS Association's photo.
Link posted on: Mon, December 5
The ALS Association
Link posted on: Mon, December 5
MND Australia Annual Research Meeting, Queensland Brain Institute October 21-22
Link posted on: Wed, November 30
ALS Research Forum
Photo posted on: Wed, November 30
Are you attending the International Alliance of MND Associations meeting or the International Symposium on ALS/MND in Dublin? Prize4Life and The ALS Association will be hosting an Open Forum to test the finalist prototypes as part of the ALS Assistive Technology Prize - all members of the ALS community are invited on December 5, 2016 between 12:00-3:00PM, at the Dublin Convention Centre (Liffey Meeting Room 2) located at Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6.