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Rossy Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Centre



NEW PSP Centre in Toronto, Ontario Canada at Toronto Western Hospital.
Rossy Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Center


Under the direction of Dr. Anthony Lang and a team of world leading researchers in movement disorders, The Rossy PSP Centre will be the only program in Canada dedicated to PSP research and care. The centre is being developed with input and advice from and in collaboration with establish international programs in PSP.  


The development of a specialized Atypical Parkinson’s clinic will directly benefit patients and their families by providing much needed medical support. Patient will be granted faster and seamless access to an internationally renowned centre that directly specializes in their illness, helping tremendously and continuing to improve patient care. We anticipate patience will participate in cutting edge research and clinical trials designed to change the course of the disease.


With support of donors, we are establishing a major Canadian PSP research centre which will contribute to a global effort directed at better understanding this complex neurodegenerative disease and eventually developing effective disease modifying therapies.


By: Linda Ruickbie TGWHF


*Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation raises funds for research, education and the enhancement of patient care at Toronto General and Toronto Western hospitals, as well as the Michener Institute of Education at UHN.

*Based in Montreal, The Rossy Foundation’s mission is to contribute to civil society and to improve the lives of Canadians with a focus on health care, mental health, civic engagement, education and the arts. The Foundation was inspired to support UHN after learning about the incredible work of Dr. Lang and his team.

Contact info for Rossy PSP Centre in Toronto Ontario, Canada

Dr Carmela Tartaglia, M.D., FRCPC

Rossy Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Centre
Toronto Western Hospital

Tel:‪416-603-5483‬  Fax: ‪416-603-5768‬

They will be able to assist in getting an appointment/assessment quickly and they are a great contact for support with PSP. The knowledge these doctors at the Centre have is amazing and provides so much hope and support. Please pass this along to anyone you may know that needs a care team who knows and understands PSP! There is help out there!