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Hope, Care &
That's how we beat rare genetic disorders like PSMC5 genetic mutations.
Meet Our Experts
The team behind our research
Prof. Alfred Goldberg
Siddharth Srivastava, MD
Prof. David Rubinsztein
Jennifer M. Bain, MD, PhD
Prof. Lior Zangi
Research conducted by professionals in top-rated universities
How can we help you?
Do you need help with your child on a rare gene disorder or special needs? We've been through it. We're happy to help you!
We can help guide you.
It’s challenging to raise a child with special needs or rare genetic disorder. Our families have already done the due diligence and navigated through the murky system. We’re happy to share our process and tips. Hopefully, we can point you in the right direction.
Our hope is that you’ll attain:
- Educational guidance
- Disease / Gene path of support
- City / State funding availability
It's been wonderful to be able to play a major role in this field's development - from a topic that few people thought worthy of study to one which is central to understanding many aspects of cell function.
We are currently working continuously to build awareness around our research. You can get involved with our efforts in the follow ways:
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