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FAST funds 3rd Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant

The path to running a research group is a long one.  Scientists are first trained in graduate school to obtain a doctorate degree in their chosen field.  In the US this can typically take four to seven years.  After graduation, scientists typically do an additional three to six years of training beyond their graduate work,

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Firing research in Australia

With a relatively small Angelman syndrome (AS) population (statistically around 1500 cases) spread across our wide brown land, the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST) Australia has had an amazing first two years. A number of fantastic events organised by dedicated families and friends; a Night at the Races, the glamorous Night for Angels in Sydney and the Take Flight for Angels

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