03/2019

University of Wisconsin-Madison Waisman Center

To establish high-quality stem cell lines from people with Fragile X for use in future research.  Two-year grant 2019-2020.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$245,000
09/2017

Stanford University

To support research by Philippe Mourrain, PhD, on “Synaptic System Characterization and Pharmacological Normalization of Fragile X Syndrome.”  Three-year grant 2017-2020.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$750,000
04/2016

University of California, Los Angeles

To support research in Fragile X syndrome by Principal Investigator Carlos Portera-Cailliau.  Four-year grant 2016-2020.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$1,000,000
12/2015

Stanford University

To conduct research by Scott Hall on Fragile X syndrome. Four-year grant 2015-2019.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$1,000,000
02/2015

University of Wisconsin-Madison Waisman Center

To support research about Fragile X by Principal Investigators Xinyu Zhao and Anita Bhattacharyya. Three-year grant 2015-2018.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$750,000
07/2014

Boston Children’s Hospital

To conduct research in Down syndrome.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$150,000
12/2013

University of Wisconsin-Madison Waisman Center

To conduct research into identifying reactivation reagents in a high throughput unbiased screen using human Fragile X patient-derived neural cells, to correct the root cause of Fragile X.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$100,000
12/2013

Vanderbilt University

To conduct a randomized controlled trial of an early communication intervention with children with Down syndrome. Four-year grant 2014-2018.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$1,000,000
12/2012

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

To conduct a Phase II placebo-controlled proof of concept study of acamprosate in 48 youth with Fragile X Syndrome.  Four-year grant 2012-2016.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$1,000,000
12/2012

University of California, Davis

To evaluate the efficacy of Cogmed, a cognitive training program that enhances working memory and executive function, in individuals with Fragile X Syndrome, in a research project by David Hessl, PhD. Four-year grant 2012-2016.

Developmental Disabilities

Translational Research Program

$1,000,000