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Potential treatment strategy for Angelman syndrome identified by Philpot, Zylka and Roth
December 2011 - Collaborators Ben Philpot, Mark Zylka and Bryan Roth identify compounds that cause the dormant Ube3a gene to be expressed.
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Ben Philpot receives new R01 funding
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Rylan Larsen and Michael Wallace accepted to Marine Biological Laboratory summer courses
Philpot lab graduate students Rylan Larsen and Michael Wallace will attend Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) courses this summer in Woods Hole, Maine, and each has received a scholarship from the MBL.
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Philpot and Snider awarded $2 million to study roots of cognitive disabilities
April 2012 -Philpot and Snider will study the cognitive disabilities in patients with RAS/MARK syndromes.
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Joint Zylka and Philpot lab paper is cover article in latest Trends in Neurosciences
The labs of Drs. Ben Philpot and Mark Zylka have collaborated on the paper “Angelman syndrome: insights into genomic imprinting and neurodevelopmental phenotypes,” which was selected as the cover article for the June 2011 issue of Trends in Neurosciences.
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Ben Philpot receives funds from the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, NIH
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Philpot lab news is top news at Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative
December 2011 - Recent work on Ube3a is most viewed on Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative website.
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Philpot lab reverses plasticity defects in a mouse model of the mental retardation Angelman syndrome
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Philpot lab members write commentary for Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) explaining connections between autism, Angelman syndrome and the UBE3A gene
July 2011 - Ben Philpot and postdoctoral fellows Angela Mabb and Matthew Judson write commentary for the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) on the role of UBE3A and its connections to autism and Angelman syndrome.
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