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  • Aisling Burnand, who was a LifeArc trustee
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    Honouring the contribution of a remarkable trustee – Aisling Burnand CBE

    Melanie Lee pays tribute to Aisling Burnand and her immense contribution to the life sciences sector.

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    Rare Disease Day 2023 – Robbie’s story

    Robbie has a rare genetic neurodegenerative disease known as AP-4 Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia (AP-4 HSP) subtype SPG47.

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  • Rare Disease Day graphic
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    Four ways we support rare disease research

    LifeArc provides a range of advice, funding and science to help scientists turn promising research into potential treatments.

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  • Two young females wearing casual clothing and backpacks walk towards the doors of a large modern building.
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    LifeArc awards £3 million to advance promising early rare disease research from the lab to the patient

    Pump-prime funding to help researchers get innovative approaches off the ground

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  • Scientists at LifeArc
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    Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    LifeArc celebrates this year’s UN Day for Women and Girls in STEM.

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  • Dr David Powell, Chief Scientific Officer at LifeArc
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    Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab approved by US regulator

    LifeArc’s Chief Scientific Officer Dr Dave Powell comments on news that lecanemab has received regulatory and safety approval from the…

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    2022 wrapped – our highlights from a pivotal year

    We’ve seen some exciting scientific progress, forged new partnerships and launched some new landmark initiatives.

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  • Motor neurons grown from stem cells using complex developmental biology techniques (differentiated these cells from induced pluripotent stem cells/iPSCs (not embryonic stem cells)). In blue is the centre of each cell (the nucleus), and in red is the main structural component of each cell (the cytoskeleton).
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    MND Collaborative Partnership cautiously welcomes new Government funding

    We cautiously welcome the Government’s announcement on how their £50m commitment into MND research will be spent.

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    Repurposed flu medicine could help under 60s recover faster from COVID-19

    Results of an international repurposing study show favipiravir could help with COVID-19.

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  • A portrait of Anna Tomlinson.
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    LifeArc bolsters executive team with communications expertise

    Welcome to Anna Tomlinson, who joins LifeArc as our first Chief Communications Officer.

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  • Photo of older woman with her carer
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    LifeArc plays key role in discovery of new Alzheimer’s treatment

    LifeArc played an important part in the discovery of lecanemab, an experimental drug that has shown some benefits for people…

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  • Kevin Gillen, LifeArc
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    LifeArc contributes to organic chemistry breakthrough

    The findings reveal that seemingly impossible chemical reactions can be driven through a phenomenon called quantum tunnelling.

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