Help Us Advance Essential Tremor Research
Advancing innovative essential tremor (ET) research is one of the best ways we can provide support and hope to the ET community worldwide.
Until there are more safe, effective treatments—and ultimately a cure—the International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF) is committed to advocating for more research, recruiting for studies and funding grants.
“Increased public awareness and research funding are necessary for effective research,” said Rodger J. Elble, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and member of the IETF’s Medical Advisory Board. “The IETF has played an invaluable role in advocating for research and in funding pilot projects by new investigators.”
Because of your generosity, the IETF has awarded more than $900,000 to research studies. Click here to read about our most recent grant recipient.
It takes all of us contributing what we can to keep research and the potential for new discoveries moving forward. Help us advance ET research by making a donation to our research program. 100% of your tax-deductible donation will be used for ET research.
New Podcast Focuses on DBS Therapy
If you’re considering Deep Brain Stimulation therapy to help manage your essential tremor, what questions should you be asking?
Our latest Talking Essential Tremor podcast, “Talking About Deep Brain Stimulation with Abbott” is a conversation with Dr. Binith Cheeran, movement disorders specialist and medical director for neurological therapies at Abbott Labs.
Are there topics you would like to see covered in an upcoming Talking Essential Tremor podcast? Email your suggestions to Marketing & Communications Manager Tammy Dodderidge, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IETF Has Moved!
On July 9, the IETF relocated to a new office space. Planned demolition of the building which housed our former office mandated the move. The office remains based in the Kansas City area.
Please make a note of our new address:
13628 W 95th St.
Lenexa, KS 66215
We are retaining our existing PO Box for mailing purposes and our phone number has not changed.
Some returned calls and requests may have been delayed during the move, and we apologize if you were impacted. Thank you for your patience!