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The ABN is grateful to all funders, reviewers, interviewers, administrators as well as applicants and supervisors who make the fellowship process possible. For more information about legacy, in memoriam, sponsorship or other kinds of donation please do contact the ABN office - firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than 80% of ABN consultant and trainee members make a voluntary donation to the ABN fellowship each year
The Guarantors of Brain is a charity that aims to promote teaching, education and research in neurology and related clinical-academic disciplines. The Charity was founded in 1955 with a body of Guarantors (Trustees) drawn from leading British Neurologists, Psychiatrists, Neurosurgeons, Neurophysiologists and Neuroscientists
Administered by the Charities Aid Foundation, the Patrick Berthoud Charitable Trust invests the legacy of John Patrick Emerson Grierson Berthoud who left the bulk of his estate for use in neurological research.
The ABN is grateful for the grants and donations from a wide range of individual, charitable and corporate donors.p>
A gift in Memoriam is a powerful way to remember a loved one. The ABN fellowship fund has already benefited from the generosity of ABN members and their patients' families who chose to request that friends and family make a donation in lieu of giving flowers at a funeral or memorial service.
The ABN In Memoriam book is used to record all such gifts providing a permanent record of each individual and all donations in their name
Account: ABN Fellowship Fund
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Charity No: 1077893
The Multiple System Atrophy Trust supports ongoing research in neuroscience, neurology clinical practice and is developing a patient database to support researchers further with their studies. Our initial ABN Fellow has worked on this database extensively.
Multiple system atrophy (MSA) is a progressive neurological disorder that affects adult men and women. It is caused by degeneration or atrophy (shrinking) of nerve cells in several (or multiple) areas of the brain. This can result in problems with multiple bodily functions such as speech, movement, balance and blood pressure control.
MSA is a very complex disease and work to find the cause and ultimately a cure is equally complex and may take many years, but the Trust is committed to funding research for as long as it takes. It does so in a variety of ways: through the ABN fellowship programme, a grant programme for innovative scientific study, administered at MSA Trust and continued funding for the patient database to support research.
The Stroke Association provides specialist support, funds critical research and campaigns to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives.
The Dunhill Medical Trust funds some of the very best of the UK's academic and clinical research into understanding the mechanisms of ageing and treating age-related diseases and fraility; it also supports community-based organisations that are working to enhance the lives of those who need extra support in later life.