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Rare Disease Day 2020

It was our honor to attend the first-ever gathering of KDM5C families at the Rare Disease Day 2020 event at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Families from the US and Europe connected with each other and with the research community. Iwase lab alumna Christina Vallianatos (PhD 2019) spoke as an event panelist to share KDM5C information. Thanks to our colleagues in the Secombe lab for organizing, and many thanks to the families for attending! You inspire our work to uncover the basis of KDM5C and MRXSCJ syndrome!

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