Science writing for the National Fragile X Foundation

The National Fragile X Foundation is a patient advocacy group for families affected by Fragile X Syndrome and related disorders.  In a series of articles, I summarized cutting-edge research and provided context for why the findings were significant and/or reflected a shift in the field.  By communicating these findings, families could better understand and appreciate recent research advances.

Does CGG Repeat Length Relate to Psychological Symptoms?

FMR1 Gray Zone Allele: What Do We Know About It?

Neuroimmunology Meets Neurodevelopmental: Innate and Adaptive Immune Function in FXS

 

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