Overcôme Syngap1 aims at raising awareness on the SYNGAP1 genetic disorder, helping families affected by the disease and raising funds to find a cure.
Mutations of the SYNGAP1 gene in humans can cause intellectual disability and/or epilepsy. This gene is also related to autism.
Our organization presently funds:
– a research project with the McGill University in Montréal and Prof. Bowie: (https://healthenews.mcgill.ca/overcome-syngap1-wandoan-campdraft-for-a-cure-syngap-research-fund-announce-cad-150000-grant-for-small-molecule-translational-research-to-prof-derek-bowie-of-mcgill-university-in-canada/)
– a research project with the Ste Justine Hospital unit in Montréal, Canada (Professor Michaud team)
– a research project with the Interdisciplinary Institute of Neurosciences (IINS) in Bordeaux, France (Professor Choquet team).
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