Proceedings Published from Virtual Conference

June 4, 2021

The manuscripts from the 2020 Virtual SSADH Conference are being published on-line through the Journal of Child Neurology.  We are expecting to publish up to nine papers.  The majority of the topics are from the presentations, however when we moved from an in-person to a virtual event we were forced…

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$100,000 Awarded to WSU

May 26, 2021

The amount of $100,000 was awarded to Drs. Gibson and Roullet at Washington State University to extend the initial funding of the SSADH Biorepository for the period of 10/01/21 to 05/31/23.  This end date coincides with the current end date of the Natural History Study. The Biorepository is storing all…

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Celebrating Rare Disease Day

February 27, 2021

Celebrating Rare Disease Day 2021! On February 25th, Washington State University (WSU) took the time to recognize Rare Disease Day.  The McConnell family put together a video sharing some insight as to how a rare disease impacts a family. We are grateful to the team at WSU for their continued support…

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Inducible SSADH Mouse Model

December 17, 2020

In early 2020, Drs. Rotenberg and Lee from Boston Children’s Hospital were given a one year $100,000 grant to create an additional SSADH Deficient mouse model.  The goal of this project was to allow researchers to turn on and off the gene mutation that causes SSADH at different stages of…

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SSADH Consortium (SDIC)

October 20, 2020

The SSADH Virtual Conference was held on July 9 and 10, 2020. The top SSADH researchers and clinicians from around the world shared updates for medical professionals and patient families. Over 300 attendees registered, representing 25 countries and every continent. The proceedings from the event will be published as a…

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Successful 22nd Annual Chip for Charity

September 17, 2020

The 22nd Annual Chip for Charity Golf Outing was help on September 10 in southern Wisconsin in honor of Sam Hoffman.  Unfortunately, in addition to managing the challenges that came with the COVID Pandemic we also had less than perfect weather.  However, regardless of the cold all day rain this…

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