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FOXG1 Research Foundation

Email Address

[email protected]


The mission of the FOXG1 Research Foundation is to accelerate research to find a cure for FOXG1 syndrome. We will fund the world's leading scientists that are integral along our Path to a Cure for all children with FOXG1 syndrome. We will continue to apply our research to solve all related brain disorders. FOXG1 is the super hero "master regulator" gene that could save millions of children with various brain disorders. We will not stop until every stone is unturned. We are dedicated to:

  • Finding a cure for ALL children with FOXG1 syndrome in the world (all ages, all mutation types, all geographies).
  • Providing equal access to a cure for ALL children with FOXG1 syndrome in the world.
  • Continuing to uncover the links between FOXG1 and related brain disorders in order to solve these brain disorders affecting millions of children/people. Facebook:

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