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3. Longitudinal Imaging of Children with Angelman Syndrome

Description:

This is the first longitudinal study of the brain development of children with Angelman Syndrome. It is being conducted by leading experts in the field of neuroimaging in developmental disabilities and in Angelman Syndrome.

Recruiting Info:

Boys and girls with Angelman syndrome who are deletion positive between birth and 5 years of age are eligible. This study involves visiting the UNC campus in Chapel Hill. Travel expenses are covered by the study. Contact Shannon Sweeney for information. shannon_sweeney@med.unc.edu or (919) 843-1331.

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