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Rettsyndrome.org Announces New Chief Science Officer with Rett Syndrome Connection

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The International Rett Syndrome Foundation (doing business as Rettsyndrome.org) has officially welcomed Dominique Pichard, MD to the organization as their new Chief Science Officer. A highly accomplished clinician and researcher, Dr. Dominique Pichard brings years of hands-on experience conducting critical work in clinical trials with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), pharmaceutical companies, and the … Read More

New Research Funding to Provide Hope to Girls and Boys

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Rettsyndrome.org Funds Research to Provide Hope for Females and Males Affected by MECP2 Mutation. CINCINNATI, OH – June 3 – Rettsyndrome.org announced their funding of two new research projects today. Jeannie T. Lee, MD, Ph.D. of Massachusetts General Hospital is awarded a twoyear ANGEL Grant for $600,000 to focus on reactivating the silent X chromosome … Read More

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RSO Hosts Learning Collaborative for Rett Clinics

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Rettsyndrome.org hosted a clinical Learning Collaborative on May 8 and 9 in Denver. The Learning Collaborative is made up of physicians and clinicians from Rett clinics around the country who volunteered their time to share ideas in the spirit of advancing care for Rett families, and to create a universal standard of excellence across all … Read More

Rettsyndrome.org Appoints Joseph Horrigan, MD to Board of Directors

Friday, May 3, 2019

Rettsyndrome.org Appoints Joseph Horrigan, MD to Board of Directors CINCINNATI, OH – May 3 – Rettsyndrome.org is pleased to announce that Joseph P. Horrigan, MD has joined its Board of Directors. Dr. Horrigan’s appointment follows the excitement of several research and clinical trial advancements supported or developed through Rettsyndrome.org. Dr. Horrigan is a pediatric neuropsychiatrist … Read More

You are not alone

Monday, April 29, 2019

Did your child recently receive a Rett syndrome diagnosis? You are not alone. Rettsyndrome.org meets you at diagnosis and helps you through every facet of this unexpected journey. Our mission is to accelerate research toward treatment and a cure, but we are also committed to empowering families. It’s essential that families are equipped with information, … Read More