Autism profile of individuals with FOXP1 mutations (Supplemental grant) -- Reymundo Lozano, MD

Project Details


The Foundation's Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program was designed to provide four-year awards for postdoctoral research to clinician-scientists from historically underrepresented groups who are committed to developing careers in academia, improving the health of underserved populations, furthering scientific understanding, and eliminating health disparities.These supplemental funds to cohorts 2016 and 2017 of the Harold Amos Faculty Development Program will help scholars to complete their research that was impacted by COVID-19. This supplemental funding will allow Dr. Lozano to complete a study different from his original work. The modified project involves performing RNA sequencing of human tissue. The aim of the study is to determine key gene regulators in the pathogenesis of the FXTAS syndrome.

Effective start/end date1/01/161/11/22


  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: $20,000.00


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