Global Down Syndrome Foundation and D.A.D.S Webinar:
Understanding Down Syndrome Research and How You Can Help
On Tuesday, July 9, 2013, 5 p.m. MST, the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and D.A.D.S. (Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome) are co-organizing an exciting webinar – "Understanding the Basics of Down Syndrome Research and How You Can Help."
The webinar will feature two of our nationally renowned scientists from the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome, Executive Director Dr. Tom Blumenthal, and Director of Alzheimer's Research Dr. Huntington Potter. They will present an overview of current, important research aimed at benefitting people with Down syndrome.
From sleep apnea to autoimmune diseases to Alzheimer’s disease, this webinar will highlight the medical and cognitive challenges people with Down syndrome face and how research may hold the key.
Their presentations will also address how you can help given the disparity of research funding that currently exists for people with Down syndrome. Time will be provided for questions and answers.
Register for this important webinar now.
If you have a family member or dear friend with Down syndrome, if you are interested in research affecting people with Alzheimer’s or cognitive delay, this webinar is for you.
There’s no charge, and we hope you can join us for an enlightening and informative evening.
Michelle Sie Whitten
Executive Director, Global Down Syndrome Foundation
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