Gregory W. Fulton ALS & Neuromuscular Disease Center
At a Glance: The Fulton Center
The Gregory W. Fulton ALS and Neuromuscular Disease Center was founded to draw from the deep well of existing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) resources, and to improve upon the care and current research for ALS and other neuromuscular disorders.
Our Center offers comprehensive, 360-degree care within one location. Our physicians and research scientists partner with you to deliver frontline therapies, while simultaneously working to move the needle on the next generation of ALS and neuromuscular disorder treatments. This translates into greater access to advanced clinical trials and promising research for our patients. We’re also proud to carry the distinction of being an ALS Association Certified Treatment Center of Excellence.
The Fulton Center is located in Barrow Neurological Institute at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. For more information or to request an appointment, please give us a call at (602) 406-6262.
"Own your life, and have fun. Do what you want to do, because if you don’t, you’re short-changing yourself. I would say that not just for people who have ALS, but for everyone."
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Awards & Recognitions – October 2023
Barrow Receives Generous $2.5M Gift to Launch ALS Expanded Access Program
Barrow Receives Over $2.1M in DoD Grants for ALS Research
Barrow Faculty Named to National ALS Strategic Planning Team
R01 Grant Supports Further Study of Role of Immune Cells in ALS, FTD
Barrow Scientists Honored for ALS Research at MLB’s Lou Gehrig Day
Barrow Researchers Receive DoD Grant for New ALS Therapy
Barrow Named Center of Excellence for Hereditary Neuropathy
Barrow to Participate in First Platform Trial for ALS
Dr. Jeremy Shefner Announces Results of FORTITUDE-ALS Trial
Barrow, CloudMedx to Use AI to Better Understand ALS Progression
Barrow Neurologist Discusses Football and ALS
Barrow Patient Recounts ALS Diagnosis
Early Diagnosis of ALS Benefits Patients, Research