In December 2022, SLC6A1 Connect hosted a symposium on the latest trends and research into SLC6A1 disorders. The event preceded the annual American Epilepsy Society (AES) Conference. Both events occurred in Nashville, Tennessee. SLC6A1 researchers and families of SLC6A1 patients attended the symposium.
As a father of an SLC6A1 patient, Katrina, I was heartened and inspired by the gathering of this community that has selflessly bonded together to find treatments for this rare disease.
The videos of the presentations at the symposium are now available on the SLC6A1 Connect website. The videos contain updates on the most promising research into SLC6A1 and parent testimonials about children who are impacted by this rare disease. Some of the slides from the presentations are also available on this same webpage. Please join me in thanking Gary Huff for his outstanding work creating the videos.