Action for A-T is a charity that was set up by two parents following their daughter being diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T). Raising money for medical research for Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T) - rare, neurodegenerative, genetic disease leading to disability and premature death.
Research Project information Principal researchers: Dr William Whitehouse & Dr Emily Petley Institute: University of Nottingham Cost: £177,865.96 over 24 months in partnership with the A-T Society and BrAshA-T Start Date: 7th of August 2019 What are the researchers proposing to do? Dr William Whitehouse, along with Dr Emily Petley and professionals from the two UK national A-T clinics, […]
Action for A-T strongly believes that there are many opportunities to further the search for a treatment or cure for A-T through working with other like-minded organisations that may have overlapping aims or objectives to our own. Over the years, we have invested in a variety of projects which have significantly increased the amount of […]