The long-term vision for our research is the development of new, more effective treatments for Sturge-Weber syndrome.
To that end, we welcome collaborations with other centers and foundations. Only by bringing together the resources, expertise, patients and people from around the country and the world, can we maximize the efforts and discoveries already made to better treat and prevent SWS.
Please note that this information is provided for informational purposes only to those interested in supporting our work and is not for study recruitment.
If you would like to participate in a study or for more information, call Dr. Anne Comi at (443) 923-9569 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about our current studies to:
- Improve Clinical Care of Sturge-Weber syndrome
- Improve Diagnosis and Monitoring of Sturge-Weber syndrome
- Better Understand the Pathogenesis (Cause) of Sturge-Weber Syndrome
- Study the safety of sirolimus for the treatment of cognitive impairments in Sturge-Weber syndrome brain involvement
Read about our completed studies to: