Research Results Roundup

We are excited to share with you some of the great research results that have been published thus far. We are committed to keeping the community up to date on research findings, taking time to reflect and celebrate successes in the field of Fragile X-associated disorders.

Researchers: If you’ve recently published your scientific findings in a peer-reviewed journal, please share your work with us by emailing research@fragilex.org.

Cheers to the amazing scientific advancements in our field and the advancements to come. It would not be possible without your dedication, passion, and drive to make each day just a bit better. 

  • brain blueprint

Cortical Gyrification and Its Relationships With Molecular Measures and Cognition in Children With the FMR1 Premutation

By |Dec 17, 2020|

Jun Yi Wang and the study team out of the UC Davis MIND Institute are interested in learning more about the premutation carrier condition in relations to brain development and its impact on cognition. These mental processes impact the higher-level functions of the brain including language, learning new things, and making decisions.

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Last Updated: 06/04/2021