News & Events

New paper!

Written by members of The Patrick Wild Centre alongside colleagues at Fragile X International this paper gives a fantastic overview

Winefride and Booth Smith memorial lecture

We were delighted to host our first Winefride and Booth Smith memorial lecture given by Dr Sally Till. There was

Dates now available across the UK for our CHANGES SYNGAP1 study!

BOOK NOW for York (9-10 Mar), Manchester (20-21 Apr), Luton (22-23 June) and Bristol (29-30 June).

Winefride and Booth Smith Memorial Lecture

"Modern approaches to understanding and treating genetic neurodevelopmental disorders", given by Dr Sally Till, 22nd Feb 2024.

RECONNECT clinical trial – Recruitment deadline extended

Update: The deadline has been extended until March 2024 The Patrick Wild Centre is currently running the RECONNECT clinical trial

SYNGAP1 Family Day

Last Saturday (7th October), the Patrick Wild Centre (PWC) hosted the 3rd SYNGAP1 family day in Edinburgh, co-organised with SYNGAP1-UK.

FRAXA funding awarded to Patrick Wild Centre members

Congratulations to Damien Wright on becoming a FRAXA postdoctoral fellow studying somatosensory processing in people with fragile X syndrome. Sensory

Participants wanted for online study exploring technology-use in individuals with Fragile X Syndrome

We are looking for volunteers to take part in an online research study with your son/daughter. You can complete this

Launch of the Winefride and Booth Smith PhD Studentships

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Patrick Wild Centre’s new 10 year PhD scheme: The Winefride and

Launch of the Patrick Wild Centre eHub

We are excited to announce the launch of our new online portal, the Patrick Wild Centre eHub, on the 10th

Professor Sir Adrian Bird jointly awarded The Brain Prize 2020

The Patrick Wild Centre would like to congratulate Professor Sir Adrian Bird on being jointly awarded The Brain Prize 2020

Researcher in Spotlight – Chris Sibley

In our website feature “Researcher in Spotlight” this month we ask our researcher Chris Sibley to tell us a bit

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