Are you interested in having your family or your child with chromosome 15q11.2-13.1 duplication syndrome participate in research studies? Some of the studies may involve only a phone interview, questionnaire or mailing of information. Some studies may require you to travel to other cities. Others may involve blood tests, EEG's and other medical procedures.
You can decide which studies your family would be interested in. Research opportunities listed on this site have been reviewed by the Dup15q Alliance Board of Directors to ensure the proposed research is confidential and directly addresses an important aspect of chromosome 15q duplications. Full descriptions of the studies can be found by clicking the appropriate links.