2017 Research Grant Awards

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The Brain Aneurysm Foundation has awarded $445,000 in research grants to 14 recipients whose work is impacting a disease that affects one in 50 people in the United States, often leading to death or lifelong disability. Since its inception, the foundation has distributed more than $2.1 million in research grants with funds raised exclusively from …

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BAF Medical Advisory Board member on the radio

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Warning signs of an aneurysm are not always obvious with Dr. Robert Singer of Eastern Maine Medical and BAF Medical Advisory Board Member Joining us this week to talk about some of the often overlooked warning signs of aneurysm and the latest in treatment is Dr. Robert Singer. A neurovascular surgeon, Singer practices at Eastern …

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1 in 50 in LA

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Quintrell Griffin’s Mom Was #1 in 50 from Louisiana Twelve years ago this month, Quintrell Griffin, then 17, was at choir practice at a local church near her home in New Orleans. Not far away, her mother, Jacquelyn (“Jackie”), who was choir director at another church, was putting her singers through their paces. During the …

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1 in 50 in NC

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Six years ago, in October 2011, Corie Maffett, of Kernersville, North Carolina, was working up a good sweat at her gym class when a radiating pain up the back of her neck stopped her cold. “The pain was like nothing I’d ever experienced,” recalls Corie, a married 7th grade math teacher with two young adult …

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Rally Congress to Support Brain Aneurysm Research

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Make Your Voice Heard: Help Get “Ellie’s Law” Passed! The Brain Aneurysm Foundation has been working diligently to advocate for increased federal funding of brain aneurysm research which, compared to other diseases with similar prevalence and death rates, receives far less funding. After years of educating Congress through our advocacy efforts, the seeds we have …

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