A publication was released this week summarizing one lab’s discovery that could lead to a future treatment for Fragile X- ASO therapy.
Researchers at the Waisman Center at UW-Madison are recruiting adults with the Fragile X premutation for a study on language, executive function, and quality of life.
Views and Experiences of Caregiver Coaching in Early Childhood Speech-Language Services: A Survey of Caregivers and Speech-Language Pathologists
The Research in Developmental Disabilities and Language Lab at The University of Wisconsin-Madison is conducting a survey to learn about you and your child’s experiences in speech therapy during early childhood.
The Cerebra Network for Neurodevelopmental Disorders is conducting a survey to learn more about behaviour, social functioning, sleep, hyperactivity, mood, physical and mental health, as well as family functioning and wellbeing, and how these change over time.
Allos Pharma Inc. Receives FDA Guidance and Support for their Phase 3 Trial of Arbaclofen in Fragile X Syndrome
Allos Pharma Inc. received invaluable FDA feedback on the design of their Phase 3 trial for arbaclofen for the treatment of Fragile X syndrome.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin explored the relationship between obtaining a college degree and the manifestation of the neurodegenerative symptoms of FXTAS among women at elevated genetic risk.
Fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome rating scale: Revision and content validity using a mixed method approach
Researchers across several institutions set out to develop a revised version of the FXTAS-RS designed to specifically assess FXTAS motor signs.
The Center of Health and Technology’s (CheT) Outcomes Division is conducting caregiver interviews to learn about and determine the most important symptoms to individuals with FXS to create an outcome measure for FXS.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin looked at the relationship and influence of FMR1 CGG repeats and stress on self-reported cognitive functioning in mothers.
Researchers at Emory University conducted qualitative interviews with 24 women with FXPOI exploring how FMR1 screening, physician education, and supportive care impacted their experience receiving a diagnosis. Their results are in!
Panelists Drs. David Hessl, Emily Allen, Deborah Hall and Randi Hagerman share their expertise on the Fragile X premutation at the 18th International Fragile X Conference.
We asked our 2022 NFXF-funded Randi J Hagerman Summer Scholars to summarize their summer project in a 15-minute video presentation, and here they are!