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April 20, 2016

UBE3A’s Role in Seizures

Research has answered some questions about UBE3A’s role in seizures ASF-funded research conducted at Dr. Ben Philpot’s lab at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill has answered some questions about UBE3A’s role in seizures in individuals with Angelman syndrome, and […]

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December 8, 2015

Health Issues in Adults with Angelman Syndrome

Research Investigates Health Issues in Adults with Angelman Syndrome Dr. Ron Thibert, the well-known Angelman syndrome clinician and champion of the low-glycemic index dietary seizure treatment, and Dr. Anna Larson, both of Massachusetts General Hospital, published the findings from their clinical […]

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AS Clinic at Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN
November 30, 2015

New Angelman Syndrome Clinic at Mayo Clinic

The ASF Celebrates the Opening of the New Angelman Syndrome Clinic at Mayo Clinic One-Stop Facility Provides Comprehensive Support for Individuals with Angelman syndrome from Infancy through Adulthood ROCHESTER, Minn., November 30, 2015 – Mayo Clinic and the Angelman Syndrome Foundation […]

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Dr. Mark Zylka
August 6, 2015

ASF-funded research at UNC published in Cell

Angelman Syndrome Foundation-Funded Research at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Leads to Breakthrough in AS- and Autism-related research Research from the lab of Dr. Mark Zylka, a leading AS researcher and associate professor of cell biology and physiology at the […]

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Dr. Arthur Beaudet
December 1, 2014

Possible Therapeutic for Angelman Syndrome

ASF-Funded Research Discovers Possible Therapeutic for Angelman Syndrome Promising ASF-funded research continues to move closer toward possible clinical trials, as announced today in a paper in Nature by Dr. Art Beaudet and his research team at Baylor College of Medicine. The ASF […]

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November 17, 2014

Research at UNC Making Progress

PNAS Paper shows ASF-funded Research at UNC Making Progress The ASF continues to lead the charge in funding research that is making progress towards treatments and ultimately a cure for Angelman syndrome, having invested more than $8 million during the […]

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Angelman Syndrome Clinic Network
October 22, 2014

Angelman Syndrome Clinics across the U.S.

ASF invests $1.5 million to support 17 Angelman Syndrome Clinics across the U.S. Furthering its direct support of individuals with Angelman syndrome and their families, the Angelman Syndrome Foundation has committed $1.5 million to establish 17 comprehensive Angelman Syndrome Clinics across the […]

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