Global Angelman Syndrome Registry collaboration

FAST Australia and the Global Angelman Syndrome Registry are proud to collaborate with the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, the Dup15q Alliance in Linking Angelman and Dup15q Data for Expanded Research (LADDER). Data held in the Global Angelman Syndrome Registry for clinic and natural history study participants will have the ability to be integrated between all platforms alleviating duplication of data and saving time and money.