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29 05, 2017

Advocacy

By | 2019-11-25T09:15:27+00:00 May 29, 2017|Comments Off on Advocacy

...as research at the NIH and DOD, research and public health programs at the CDC, ABLE accounts for savings, facilitating the use of potential new drugs for treatments and a...

24 03, 2017

Advocacy Update – NIH and CDC Funding

By | 2017-03-24T12:26:23+00:00 Mar 24, 2017|Advocacy|Comments Off on Advocacy Update – NIH and CDC Funding

...proposed in his budget. It is not his budget – that is expected in May. However, it signals his priorities, which include a funding cut and reorganization at NIH. The...

23 09, 2014

NIH awards $35 Million for Fragile X Research

By | 2014-09-23T16:26:26+00:00 Sep 23, 2014|2014, Advocacy, In the News|Comments Off on NIH awards $35 Million for Fragile X Research

...the Centers for Collaborative Research in Fragile X program. Investigators at these centers will seek to better understand Fragile X-associated Disorders and work toward developing effective treatments. “The NIH Centers...

31 07, 2013

NIH Launches Neurological Drug Development Projects Including Fragile X Syndrome

By | 2013-07-31T10:32:38+00:00 Jul 31, 2013|News Reports and Commentaries|Comments Off on NIH Launches Neurological Drug Development Projects Including Fragile X Syndrome

...receptor. Sage Therapeutics is developing positive allosteric modulators, designed to enhance the receptor’s activity and possibly relieve the anxiety. Source: NIH SAGE Therapeutics says that the grant will support a...

23 04, 2019

Best Practices in Fragile X Syndrome Treatment Development

By | 2019-04-24T10:49:35+00:00 Apr 23, 2019|Comments Off on Best Practices in Fragile X Syndrome Treatment Development

...relevance of animal models to the human disorder, is the concern about reproducibility of animal data. The NIH has published guidelines promoting standardization of experimental paradigms and “best preclinical practices”...

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