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The Kabuki Syndrome Foundation is providing grants, facilitating collaboration, and hosting scientific symposiums with the ultimate goal of identifying and accelerating innovative therapeutic strategies for Kabuki syndrome.

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Monthly Kabuki Syndrome Lab Meetings Commence April 2024!

We are hosting a series of lab-update style monthly meetings to enhance knowledge exchange, collaboration, and interaction within the Kabuki syndrome research community. All researchers and clinicians with an interest in Kabuki syndrome are invited to this meeting; research groups will present updates on a rotating basis. The rotating schedule of presentations will include members and representatives from the labs and clinics of our Medical & Scientific Advisory Board.

If you would like to join this interactive meeting, please complete the form below. You can also indicate if you or your group would like to present at an upcoming meeting. This collaboration underscores the foundation’s role in facilitating a cooperative approach among the world’s leading researchers and clinicians in discovering treatments for Kabuki syndrome. We welcome your innovative ideas and commitment to knowledge-sharing in pursuit of treatments. Questions can be directed to Dr. Clara Tang, Director of Research:

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Research Resources

Find what you need on our curated list of key resources and reagents. We also welcome your additional recommendations.

We strive to connect academic and industry scientists with crucial resources to accelerate progress in Kabuki syndrome research and routinely update this page.

Resources for You

More Opportunities for You

We’re thrilled to offer up to $750,000 in grant funding this year for Kabuki syndrome research. Your collaborative team can learn more about our Therapy Development Fund and Discovery Grant and apply today. Our partnering institutions understand that 100% of our funds need to go directly to projects that have an impact on our community. 

You’re invited to our annual virtual events: a scientific symposium for researchers and a virtual research conference for families, adults with Kabuki syndrome, and medical professionals. In 2023, our virtual conference reached over 400 participants spanning 38 countries. These events enable knowledge-sharing and foster collaboration amongst researchers and our community.

Current Grant OpportunitiesScientific Symposium

Event Recordings on YouTube

Watch past presentations featuring Kabuki syndrome experts in our organized library of over 50 videos.

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