What is DRPLA?
Dentatorubral-pallidoluysian atrophy, commonly known as DRPLA, is a progressive brain disorder that causes involuntary movements, emotional problems, and a decline in thinking ability. The average age of onset of DRPLA is 30 years, but this condition can appear anytime from infancy to mid-adulthood.
What is CureDRPLA?
CureDRPLA is a US based non-profit founded by Paul and Andrea Compton. Paul and Andrea have a son that was diagnosed with DRPLA in August 2018. The mission of CureDRPLA is to connect families, physicians and scientific investigators to further DRPLA research and work towards a treatment for DRPLA. This webpage was created to find others that have this condition and are interested in finding a cure.
The CureDRPLA Global Patient Registry is a worldwide registry of DRPLA patients.
This registry gathers the demographic and clinical information on DRPLA patients from across the globe. By collecting information on all DRPLA patients, the CureDRPLA Global Patient Registry will be a powerful resource for research and will enhance opportunities for treatment development.
Patient & Caregiver
Click below to find out what CureDRPLA has done and what we are currently doing to find to a treatment for DRPLA. You will also find online resources and support organizations for DRPLA as well as YouTube channels specifically focused on DRPLA.
Click below to find out what CureDRPLA has done and what we are currently doing to find a treatment for DRPLA. You will also find online resources and support organizations for DRPLA as well as YouTube channels specifically focused on DRPLA.
CureDRPLA is investing in a number of projects in hopes of rapidly developing novel therapeutics for DRPLA. Information on funding opportunities, a list of our preclinical projects as well as other efforts can be found here.
Poster sessions are a great way of showing a research project to a large number of scientists. Our Research Manager, presented a poster at the International Congress for Ataxia Research on November 1-4th, 2022. ICAR was the largest ever conference about ataxia with a...
The International Congress for Ataxia Research was the largest ever conference about ataxia! With a total of 458 registered delegates from 19 countries. There were 170 attendees from academia, 111 from industry, 156 junior investigators, and representatives from 9...