April 2015 One way that affected children and adults and their families can help research is by participating in studies. … And Nashville is a great city to visit.Dr. Sarika Peters at Vanderbilt University seeks enrollment for language/auditory , MECP2 Duplication Syndrome, Rett Syndrome and MECP2-related disorders research project, funded by a Rettsyndrome.org HeART grant. Only one visit, approximately two hours in length, is required at Vanderbilt in Nashville. A $50 gift card will be offered to each participating family, reduced hotel rates can be arranged as necessary, and free on-campus parking will be extended. Download flier for enrollment details.
About this BlogThis blog is intended for families, researchers, and professionals interested in better lives for children and adults with MECP2 Duplication Syndrome. Pam Albert's MECP2 Duplication Syndrome Website provides a great deal of useful information for families and profiles of many of the current children and adults diagnosed with this condition. Facebook users who are members of families if individuals with MECP2 Duplication syndrome may wish to join the Facebook MECP2 Duplication Syndrome Family Talk Group for discussions of family matters.
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