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Turner Syndrome Research: AJ’s Journey

Turner syndrome research

Written by Audrey (AJ) Jones, Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) intern and researcher. AJ is an anthropology PhD candidate at Emory University. She has been studying Turner Syndrome (TS) and working with the TSF since 2016. After completing her Princeton University…

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Understanding Experiences with Turner Syndrome- Research Project

Research Opportunity

Audrey (AJ) Jones is an anthropology PhD candidate at Emory University. She has been studying Turner Syndrome and working with the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) since 2016. After completing her Princeton University Bachelor’s thesis on Turner Syndrome communities, she is…

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Turner Syndrome Research Opportunities

Ways to support turner syndrome research

Written by Liz Rivera, TSF intern and currently a junior at Stockton University studying sociology and anthropology. Liz has a strong passion for helping people and hopes to connect people in need with support and resources to help them live…

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Charitable giving is easy for New Jersey state employees!

New Jersey state employees have the opportunity to support us throughout the year thanks to the New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign!

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Lessons Learned in Research

TSF Board Member

In celebration of the ten year anniversary of receiving her PhD, TSF Director of Research, Danielle Moore, shares the lessons and insights she’s learned as a medical and scientific researcher. Celebrating Lessons in 15 Years of Scientific and Medical Research…

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Research Opportunities

Turner Syndrome Research eXchange

Research is a team effort. The more people that are on the team, the more effective research can be. It is important for all women, girls, and family members affected by Turner Syndrome to contribute to clinical trials in order…

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Introducing: Turner Syndrome Council on Cardiology

Introducing a New Turner Syndrome Foundation Cardiovascular Health Initiative Cardiovascular health is a major concern for many people. Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States, with cardiac issues leading to death in 1 in…

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Rally for Medical Research

Advocating for Turner Syndrome is very easy: Put on a good pair of shoes, meet up with the group and tell your story! Join us at Capitol Hill on September 12-13th and meet legislators to raise awareness and advocate for…

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Rally for Medical Research

  2017 Rally for Medical Research Turner Syndrome Foundation representatives attended the 2017 Rally for Medical Research this September in Washington, DC. The meetings and reception were held in the Grand Hyatt Hotel and on Capitol Hill. Aligning with advocacy…

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