The United Leukodystrophy Foundation is proud to announce its grants, which were recently awarded to two prominent researchers for their promising projects:

  • Dr. Adeline Vanderver with Children’s National Health System for her study of “Unclassified Leukodystrophie and Leukoencephalopathies: Compassionate Access to State-of-the-art Diagnostic Care.”
  • Dr. Weston Miller at the University of Minnesota for his work on “Characterization of the Frequency and Function of CD4+ Regulatory T-cells in Boys with Cerebral Adrenoleukodsytrophy.”

The ULF wishes them well with their research, as they seek to improve the lives of those affected by the leukodystrophies.

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