These are the organizations in the SynGAP and Rare Disease space that we respect & learn from.
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SRF is partnering with Ciitizen to launch a SYNGAP1 Digital Natural History Study to accelerate SYNGAP research, prepare for clinical trials, and support families in their care journey.
Global Genes’ purpose is to connect, empower, and inspire the rare disease community. SRF is grateful for their leadership.
The Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC), representing innovators, scientists, patients, providers and payers, promotes the understanding and adoption of personalized medicine concepts, services, and products to benefit patients and the health system. Believing that paradigm shifts, especially in medicine, do not happen just because the science and new technologies suggest they should, PMC supports investment in and adoption of personalized medicine through education, advocacy, and evidence development.
The Combined Brain mission is to identify and discuss biomarkers and outcome measures for rare brain disorders, with a specific focus on non-verbal neurodevelopmental disorders.
The mission of AGENDA is to improve outcomes of individuals with all forms of autism by fostering a genetics-first approach to autism research, and by strengthening collaborations among organizations representing genetically-defined disorders associated with autism.
The Epilepsy Leadership Council (ELC) is an organization of nearly 50 professional organizations, disease-specific and patient advocacy organizations, governmental agencies, and professional societies that focus on improving the lives of people with epilepsy.
California Action Link for Rare Diseases Inc. (CAL RARE) is dedicated to improving the lives of rare disease patients in California. We are a coalition of rare disease stakeholders.
Simons Searchlight is an initiative of SFARI that aims to better understand genetic neurodevelopmental conditions, specifically those associated with autism spectrum disorder.
The American Brain Coalition is a nonprofit organization comprised of the United States’ leading professional neurological, psychological, and psychiatric associations and patient organizations. With an established presence in Washington, DC, ABC is a strong and powerful voice for the 50 million people with disabling brain disorders, bringing together organizations that represent concerned and interested patients, families, and professionals.
Genetic Alliance UK work on a variety of issues that UK families and individuals with genetic conditions face.
Rare Disease UK is the national campaign for people with rare diseases and all who support them. Rare Disease UK provides a united voice for the rare disease community by capturing the experiences of patients and families.
SWAN UK (syndromes without a name) is the only dedicated support network available for families of children and young adults with undiagnosed genetic conditions in the UK.
The Rare Epilepsy Network (REN) is a partnership between rare epilepsy organizations, the Epilepsy Foundation, Columbia University, and Research Triangle International to conduct research to improve outcomes of rare conditions associated with epilepsy and seizures.
The JumpStart program serves to establish and progress research agendas in emerging and neglected rare diseases. The JumpStart program works closely with patient groups and foundations, pharma and biotech, and the academic community to drive therapeutic development for rare diseases.
Syngap Global Network is a collaboration between organizations and parents representing the Syngap community in their country. SGN has come together to drive the global unification of Syngap related efforts and initiatives. SRF is proud to be a part of this network.
Overcome works for the SynGAPians and their families in Canada and France. The families in this group are relentless and we are learning from them.
Official as of August 1st, 2019, we are thrilled to say that Syngap1.ch is an official Swiss association.
Same name. We know. What can we say, they have great taste. The family who created this effort and serves the SynGAPian families down under has two affected children. They do remarkable work and seek their wise counsel often.