A Father's Quest Leads To Needed Research
The RE Children’s Project and the RE Children’s Research Consortium is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Joseph Voros as Research Coordinator for the RE Children’s Research Consortium. Voros will facilitate the Research Consortium’s collaborative research between Children’s Hospital Boston, Mattel’s Children’s Hospital UCLA, and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, led by Drs. Frances Jensen, Gary Mathern, and Carlos A. Pardo, respectively. Voros will be based at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, under the direction of Dr. Carlos A. Pardo, associate professor of neurology and pathology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Neurology.
Three major research and health care hospitals have agreed to form a unique research consortium to advance research into rasmussen's
The RE Children's Project, a non-profit organization founded to increase awareness and fund research into Rasmussen Encephalitis (RE), a rare neurological disease that causes intractable epileptic seizures, cognitive deficits and paralysis of half of the body, is excited to announce a unique research consortium between Children's Hospital Boston, Mattel's Children's Hospital UCLA and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, led by Drs. Frances Jensen, Gary Mathern, and Carlos A. Pardo, respectively.
Seth H. Wohlberg is on a mission to find a cure for the devastating neurological disease that affects his daughter.
Mr. Wohlberg, 52 years old, is a senior managing director of the Far Hills Group in New York. A few years ago he founded the RE Children's Project, an organization that supports scientific research to find a cure for Rasmussen's encephalitis, a rare neurological disease that causes epilepsy and paralysis in half of the body.
Removing half the brain is only treatment for neurological disease that strikes otherwise healthy children
The Rasmussen Encephalitis (RE) Children's Project, a foundation that supports scientific research to find a cure for this devastating neurological disease, has donated $111,000 to researchers in the departments of neurosurgery and pathology/lab medicine (neuropathology) at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
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