The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance grants the Manuel R. Gomez Award to individuals who have made a significant impact on our understanding of TSC in research, and/or have impacted the delivery of clinical care for individuals with TSC.
The TS Alliance signed an agreement with Erasmus MC to include the TSC1- and TSC2-knockout HEK293T cell lines from the Nellist laboratory in the TSC Biosample Repository. The TS Alliance can distribute these cell lines to researchers based in the United States.
The LGS Foundation awards seed funding to researchers studying Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, a rare childhood-onset epilepsy.
UCSF is taking nominations for its Sandler Fellows Program for recent PhD or MD graduates.
2017 was a very productive year for advancing the science of tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC)! A very small sampling of our scientific community’s major accomplishments are highlighted below. The TS Alliance thanks all our grantees, collaborators, reviewers, conference attendees, International Scientific Advisory Board members, and Professional Advisory Board members for making these achievements possible.