Research to Find a Cure for Ataxia-Telangiectasia
FOR SCIENTISTS AND CLINICIANS
The A-T Children's Project funds international research in an effort to find life-improving therapies and a cure for ataxia-telangiectasia.
The A-T Children's Project accepts grant applications for up to $75,000 for March 1 and September 1 deadlines each year.
Learn about our grant guidelines, fellowship award, and previously funded research.
Find information about mouse models, antibodies, cells lines, and other critical tools for A-T research.
Learn about the network of scientific investigators and clinicians who guide our research grant program.
Learn about our efforts to accelerate A-T research.
Learn about the clinical trials and studies that are helping clinician/scientists find therapies for A-T.
Meetings and workshops bring scientists and clinicians together to brainstorm, form collaborations, and help accelerate the pace of A-T research.
In addition to evaluating patients with A-T, the doctors at the A-T Clinical Center at Johns Hopkins provide consultations and information for families and doctors around the world.
Oncologists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have developed specialized protocols and provide consultation services for the physicians of patients with A-T who develop cancer.
This poster depicts the ATM protein's complex function in cells.