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About the Foundation

FAST is served by two boards; the Board of Directors and the Scientific Advisory Board. Together, we are working hard to bring practical treatment into current medical practice as quickly as possible.

Mission Statement
The Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (or FAST) is an organization of families and professionals dedicated to finding a cure for Angelman Syndrome and related disorders through the funding of an aggressive research agenda, education, and advocacy.

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Where Your Donation Goes
The Foundation is run by an all volunteer staff and board who dedicate their time and expertise to helping us find a cure for Angelman Syndrome.

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Transparency
As a non-profit organization, the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics realizes that transparency is vitally important to our members. This section provides a detailed view of our financial information

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Board Of Directors
Our all volunteer Board of Directors, almost all of whom are parents of a child with AS, utilize their expertise in various fields to advance our mission, assess our strategies and create opportunities to aggressively pursue our goals.

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Scientific Advisory Board
The Scientific Advisory Board consists of nationally and internationally recognized clinicians and scientists considered experts in their respective fields. Specific disciplines represented by the SAB include; pediatric neurology, epilepsy, diet and nutrition, human neurodevelopment, human cognitive disorders, small animal behavior, animal models of human disorders, mechanisms of learning and memory, synaptic plasticity and function, cellular signal transduction, cellular protein trafficking, epigenetics and genetics.

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FAST Brochure
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