Dr. Jennifer Miller is assisting FPWR in identifying opportunities for clinical trials in PWS and developing recommendations for the conduct of such clinical trials. Among the issues to be addressed are target population, identification of informative surrogate endpoints, and assessment of recruitment challenges. In addition, she is providing false
Early to midterm oxytocin effects on the brain metabolism of adults with Prader-Willi syndrome (year 2)Funded Year: 2013
This supplement will help Dr. M. Tauber complete the study awarded in 2011: Early to midterm oxytocin effects on the brain metabolism of adults with Prader-Willi syndrome. Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is a rare multisystem genetic disease leading to severe disabilities such as morbid obesity, as well as behavioral and socialization problems. We are false
Dr. Tauber is leading a European effort to collect blood samples on infants and children with PWS to monitor changes in hormones over time. This funding will support a blood bank recruitment coordinator, who will work to collect clinical data on birth, growth, endocrine functions and feeding behavior in newly diagnosed patients with PWS.