Text Size



Direct Research Funding Options


We provide links for you to support critical CCSVI research projects. The projects involve pure research on CCSVI, its diagnosis, or its relationship to MS and other human diseases or syndromes, as well as Clinical Trials aimed at testing CCSVI treatment safety and effectiveness.

Dr Mark Haacke's MS-MRI Study at the MRI Institute for Biomedical Research in Detroit, Michigan
Dr. Michael Dake's MS Innovations Fund at Standford University in Palo Alto, California

 

Dr Mark Haacke's MS-MRI Study at the MRI Institute for Biomedical Research in Detroit, Michigan

Testing for CCSVI requires a very specific type of MRI and ultrasound. By establishing a National Testing Campaign, (MS-NICE) Haacke’s goal is to help expedite the research of CCSVI by raising enough money to develop the processing, improve the protocols, and enhance research in the vascular aspects of CCSVI. As some examples in this direction, he is currently evaluating an MR flow quantification approach that covers most of the major vessels and may allow for visualization of the valvular motion as well similar to ultrasound. He is also looking into quantification tools to better establish what is normal and what is abnormal in CCSVI. His goal is to establish a broader clinical trial approach in the process.

To learn more about Dr. Haacke’s study, click here.

Follow the link below to donate directly to the testing campaign via PayPal.  Please note the donate button for CCSVI/MS Research is at the bottom of the page.

http://mrimaging.com/donate.html

Dr. Michael Dake's MS Innovations Fund at Standford University in Palo Alto, California

The MS Innovations Fund is dedicated to the development of novel therapeutic approaches for the treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis and related neurodegenerative disorders through the exploration of associations with arterial and venous abnormalities. The Innovations Fund supplies resources to support both preclinical and translational research that directly impacts patients by providing leading edge management strategies.

There are three ways to make a donation to the MS Innovations Fund:

  1. Call Stanford toll-free at 866-543-0243. Please be sure to state that the donation is for Dr. Dake's "MS Innovations Fund."
  2. Send a check payable to Stanford University and mail it to Stanford University, Office of Development, Gift Processing, 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305-6105. Be sure to write on the check that the donation is for Dr. Dake's "MS Innovations Fund."
  3. Click here to give online.  Click on "Other" to select the school or group to which you wish to make a gift. On the next screen, under "Further Designation," click on "Other Designation." Complete the next four questions. Next go to the "Special Instructions" box, and type in "This donation is directed to Dr. Michael Dake’s 'MS Innovations Fund.'" Click on continue, and finish filling out your information.

This website is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended as medical advice. See "Terms of Use" above for full disclosure. Full Disclaimer.