The University of Calgary is celebrating a $25M gift from the Azrieli Foundation, which will be used to conduct critical research and innovation in topics related to neurodevelopment and to create and launch the Azrieli Accelerator. Through the gift, UCalgary’s research teams will be able to make discoveries and develop treatments for ADHD, autism, cerebral palsy, and other neurodevelopmental disabilities. “Thanks to this generous gift from the Azrieli Foundation, we will be able to activate new collaborations across UCalgary,” said UCalgary President Ed McCauley. “The Accelerator will act as a catalyst for transdisciplinary collaboration and phenomenal impact, in keeping with the Azrieli Foundation’s reputation for exceptional innovation. Research with impact is at the heart of UCalgary.” UCalgary| UCalgary (Release) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.