15q13.3 CNVs

It has been very rewarding to see the 17q12 Foundation grow and expand to continue bringing awareness and resources to 17q12 families, and we are honored to be working with you in research, clinical care, and advocacy efforts. 

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15q13.3 PRISMA Research

This project at Bradley Hospital, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, and Brown University is looking to understand how genetic information, specifically rare genetic changes, of people with autism and other neurodevelopmental and psychiatric conditions can inform healthcare. We want to see how genetic results could be used in the future to inform medication choice, behavioral interventions, educational interventions, and identification and treatment of other medical conditions that may impact mental health. We will be enrolling individuals with autism or other neurodevelopmental or psychiatric conditions for whom a genetic variant has been identified as the underlying cause, such as 15q13.3 CNVs.

Books

15q13.3 Publications

Looking for cutting edge information about 15q13.3 CNVs? Keep up to date with the latest studies from our group and others here.

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PRISMA Newsletter

In this edition, we’ll get a chance to review some of the facts around 15q13.3 deletion

 

Although this newsletter does not provide individual medical advice, please feel free to take it with you to share this information and resources with your healthcare team or community as a way of letting them know more about 115q13.3.

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What are 15q13.3?

Is a chromosomal change in which a small piece of chromosome 15 is deleted in each cell. The deletion occurs on the long (q) arm of the chromosome at a

position designated q13.3.

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15q13.3 Deletion

In this edition, we’ll get a chance to review some of the facts around 15q13.3 deletions

 

Although this newsletter does not provide individual medical advice, please feel free to take it with you to share this information and resources with your healthcare team or community as a way of letting them know more about 115q13.3.

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Poster Presentation

Fantastic time presenting our work on 15q13 at the World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics.

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