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Genetic Mechanisms of Angelman Syndrome
ASF Funded Research
2013 ASF Calendar of Angels
Angelman Syndrome Foundation 2013 Funded Research Proposals
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The ASF is proud to fund groundbreaking research being spearheaded by Brown University. Click here to learn about their recent discovery.
2013 Joseph E. Wagstaff Postdoctoral Fellowship researcher, Dr. Angela Mabb, further studies activating the UBE3A gene
ASF is pleased to introduce a new resource to help you better understand behaviors in Angelman syndrome.
Since 1996 the Angelman Syndrome Foundation is proud to have funded over $4.6 million in Angelman research supporting 66 projects world wide.
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We want to make sure we have the most current contact and demographic data for individuals with Angelman syndrome and their families. Participate in the ASF Contact Registry today.
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