Aclipse Therapeutics was awarded an AUD 1 million (approximately US $720,000) drug development research grant from FightMND, the largest independent funder of ALS research in Australia. The grant will support the translational development of M102, a drug candidate for the treatment of ALS. M102 showed promise to stop and reverse ALS disease progression, as evidenced by data in preclinical models. Currently, there is no cure for ALS and no effective treatments to halt or reverse the progression of this devastating disease.
Aclipse Therapeutics Announces $2.2 Million Grant from UK’s Medical Research Council for Development of M102
Funding Supports Aclipse Therapeutics’ and Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience’s Development of M102 in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Radnor, PA —