The National Institutes of Health has developed a research plan to advance the understanding of Fragile X syndrome and its associated conditions, Fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome and Fragile X-associated primary ovarian insufficiency. Fragile X syndrome »
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The NIH just released their Fragile X Research Plan, which identifies research priorities and aims to coordinate research efforts. We have pulled a few key excerpts.
We are barely three weeks out from our 2017 NFXF Advocacy Day on the Hill and our asks are already becoming more relevant. The President's Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Blueprint was released March 16. This document summarizes, at a high-level, the dollar amounts and initiatives/changes 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 NIH has extended the deadline to March 16, 2012. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has asked the National Fragile X Foundation to help organize feedback regarding the aims and future direction of »
We work closely with several groups to help on common public policy and funding goals. These partnerships are key to our impact and an important leg in our advocacy stool. Like we say, Together, We're Stronger. One of these key partnerships is the Friends of the NICHD. The NICHD is the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development. It is one of the institutes at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and funds most of the Fragile X research at NIH. The Friends work together to support, overall, the funding level for NICHD, which flows down to each of the research areas, including Fragile X.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has launched three projects that will focus on development of therapeutics, including one project for Fragile X syndrome. "We are excited about the opportunity to apply cutting-edge science to »
NFXF Executive Director Robert Miller, parent and NFXF Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs Jeffrey Cohen and parent Tamaro Hudson just returned from a two-day meeting in Washington, DC where they helped update the »