Help and Hope for the Glut1 Deficiency Community

 

2017 research grant awards – $80,000 total to date

2016 research grant awards – $154,500 total

2015 research grant awards – $30,000 total
$30,000 to ongoing research at UT Southwestern by Dr. Juan Pascual


2014 research grant awards – $69,356 total

$10,000 to Columbia University Medical Center and Dr. Darryl De Vivo for Glut1 studies
$10,000 to University of South Florida and Dr. Dominic D’Agostino for ketone ester/salt research
$14,356 to the University of Salerno for ketone ester research
$35,000 to UT Southwestern and Dr. Juan Pascual for laboratory research


2013 research grant awards – $75,000 total

$15,000 to Columbia University Medical Center and Dr. Darryl De Vivo for Glut1 studies
$10,000 to University of South Florida and Dr. Dominic D’Agostino for ketone ester/salt research
$50,000 to UT Southwestern and Dr. Juan Pascual for laboratory research and the Glut1 Deficiency patient registry
*plus an additional $5,000 to cover costs of research conducted at our conference by Columbia University Medical Center team


2012 research grant awards – $60,000 total

$15,000 to Columbia University Medical Center and Dr. Darryl De Vivo for Glut1 studies
$15,000 to UT Southwestern and Dr. Juan Pascual for the Glut1 Deficiency patient registry project
$30,000 to UT Southwestern and Dr. Juan Pascual for laboratory research


2010 research grant awards – $25,000 total
$25,000 raised by several Glut1 Deficiency families for C7 oil research at UT Southwestern under the direction of Dr. Juan Pascual