To serve, educate and fund research for families coping with the effects of SYNGAP mutations.
WHO WE ARE
Bridge the Gap – Syngap ERF began in September of 2014. A group of parents of children living with SYNGAP1 mutations came together to begin a new journey. The common bond is one driven by a desire to raise awareness and search out treatments to improve quality of life for these inspiring individuals.
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We will confirm submitted abstracts by email.
Poster boards are the standard size used by the Society for Neuroscience, approximately 3′ h x 6′ w.
Please email and send a ~200-word abstract of your research to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for abstracts is October 1, 2018.
Undergraduate, Graduate Student and Postdoctoral/Resident Researcher divisions are eligible for one fully-funded travel award that are available. There are 10 domestic and 2 international trainees (three nights hotel and a travel stipend to cover reasonable airfare) that will be selected. These awardees will present their research at the pre-symposium on November 26th and then attend the main symposium on the 27th and 28th.
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Come out and meet an incredible rare disease advocate and cancer survivor! One of the most positive people helping raise awareness for people with disabilities, Eileen Grubba Check out her story in the issue of Inspiring Lives Magazine. https://www.inspiringlivesmagazine.com/…/issue-8-spring-20…/
Learn more about the top 5th single gene mutation researched worldwide linked to autism and epilepsy.