2018: Research funding opportunities

Jan 09-2018 By

January 2018: Call for Letters of Interest for Research on the Role of Hormones in Migraine 2018 MRF Impact Award The Association of Migraine Disorders and the Migraine Research Foundation invite both US and international researchers to submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) for projects that will add to the understanding of the role of hormones… Read more »

2017: Research funding opportunities

Jan 24-2017 By

January 2017 – The Migraine Research Foundation, a US nonprofit that raises money to fund innovative migraine research, invites both US and international researchers to submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) for projects that will add to the understanding or improve the treatment of New Daily Persistent Headache. Selected projects will be invited to submit… Read more »

Association of cardiovascular risk and migraine

Jun 15-2016 By

A study to evaluate the association between migraine and incident cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular mortality in women has just been published. There were 115,541 participants aged 25 – 42 years at the start who were free of angina and cardiovascular disease. The participants were drawn from the community of nurses. The primary outcome of the… Read more »

2016 Research Funding Opportunity

May 16-2016 By

If you are a researcher looking for further grant funding we would draw your attention to the US based Migraine Research Foundation. They have just issued their annual Request for Proposals, along with the Association of Migraine Disorders. Submissions are due back by July 29 2016. Specific Application instructions are at: https://migraineresearchfoundation.org/for-researchers/rfp-and-grant-application/ They have funded… Read more »


Jul 24-2015 By

Christina Sun-Edelstein, MD “Years ago when I first started getting headaches I would take 2 paracetamol and the headache would go away in an hour.  Now I have a headache almost every day and it doesn’t even budge with 8 paracetamol!” “Imigran used to work really well in getting rid of my migraines.  But, the… Read more »

Today Tonight

Jul 24-2015 By

Following the Today Tonight segment on Channel 7 last week that reported on developments in migraine treatments, Christina Sun-Edelstein, one of our neurologists wrote the following: “The identification of genetic mutations in migraine families has been crucial to our understanding of the causes of migraine as well as the development of treatments that can target… Read more »