Met een grote delegatie van meer dan 10 artsen en onderzoekers bezocht ENCORE het Angelman onderzoekscongres van de Angelman Syndrome AllianceContinue Reading
Our expertise center is currently assessing whether there is interest in participating in a new drug study. We ask parents to read this document (only in Dutch) carefully and let us know if you want to participate.
On Saturday 21 May, employees of our ENCORE expertise center put on their running shoes and took part in the Runexpected, a sponsored run to raise money for scientific research into Neurofibromatosis.
There were employees from several departments of the party, such as child and adolescent psychiatry/psychology, pediatrics and neurology adults.
It was a very nice and funny event where our team put its best foot forward and ran with great pleasure. Parents and patients were very happy with our involvement.
We are very proud that we were able to raise a nice amount together! In total, more than 100,000 euros has been raised!! How fantastic!
On Friday May 6, we took our Sophia Bus to Expedition NEXT, the national science festival for children, organized by the National Science Day. Here children could take a peek into our Sophia Bus!Continue Reading
Het nieuwe expertisecentrum voor DNA-repairstoornissen staat in de spotlight op Amazing Erasmus MC.Continue Reading
We hebben volwassenen met NF1 getest op aandacht en op het aanleren van een nieuwe bewegingstaak in een experimentele omgeving. We observeerden geen verschil tussen volwassenen met en zonder NF1 in de uitvoering van de taken betreffende alertheid, volgehouden aandacht en het aanleren van een motorische vaardigheid. Behalve dat volwassenen met NF1 iets langzamer waren in hun bewegingen tijdens de bewegingstaak.Continue Reading
At the beginning of October, we as ENCORE Expertise Center received fantastic news! All our centers of expertise are recognized by the Dutch Federation of University Medical Centers (NFU) for a period of 5 years.Continue Reading
At the beginning of October we said goodbye to our clinical head of ENCORE, Prof. Dr Henriette Moll.Continue Reading
On August 2, Chris Gale managed to swim across the Channel from England to France. With this he raised money for research into Angelman Syndrome.Continue Reading
The ROSA study for children with Angelman syndrome started in June 2021. In this study we are looking for suitable and feasible outcome measures for children with Angelman syndrome, and we want to learn more about the natural history of this rare syndrome.Continue Reading