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Down Syndrome Research

Presentations

"Understanding Research and Findings Associated with Learning and Memory" by Dr. Craig Heller, May 31, 2017 at Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area (PDF of slides)

Articles on Clincal Research

Presentation From Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation, November 2nd, 2013, Cognition Research UpdateSarah Wernikoff, DSTRF Board Chair

Developing Therapies to Improve Cognitive Abilities of Individuals With Down Syndrome – Dr. Craig Garner and Dr. Craig Heller: Part 1 & Part 2 

Presentation on Therapeutic Strategies for Cognitive Dysfunction in People with Down Syndrome – Almad Salehi, M.D., Ph.D

Please see the Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation website for more information.

What Is a Registry and Why Is It Useful?

A registry is a collection of data about individuals with similar characteristics—in this case, individuals with Down syndrome. By filling out a profile and contributing information, individuals help complete the picture of the community. In return, registration typically offers access to information about new treatments and trials and education about Down syndrome, and may even provide access to local and regional resources.

*JOIN THE NATIONAL REGISTRY HERE