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Video Presentations from our Fragile X Society Conference 2022 in Birmingham

We were delighted to welcome so many of you to our Fragile X Society Conference held at the Midlands Arts Centre in Birmingham on Saturday 24 September 2022.

If you were unable to join us, or you would like a reminder of the presentations, the videos of all the talks are now available to view in the 'Fragile X Society Conference 2022' playlist on our YouTube channel, here.

In this playlist, you'll find videos of our speakers giving their presentations on the following topics:

  • Fragile X Premutation Associated Conditions: an overview by Dr Kirsten Johnson (Chair, Board of Directors, Fragile X Society) and Dr Joanna Moss (University of Surrey). This video also includes a welcome and introduction to the conference from Pete Richardson, Managing Director of the Fragile X Society

  • Autism and sensory differences in Fragile X Syndrome with Dr Katherine Ellis and Dr Joanna Moss, University of Surrey

  • Development and compensation of brain activity in rodent models of Fragile X Syndrome by Dr Sam A Booker, The Patrick Wild Centre (The Patrick Wild Centre for Research into Autism, Fragile X Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities is based at the University of Edinburgh)

  • Sleep matters in Fragile X Syndrome with Dr Georgie Agar, Aston University

  • 35 years of research on attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: what does it mean for people with Fragile X Syndrome and their families? from Dr Natali Bozhilova

  • Developing a Fragile X Hub Network in the UK with Dr Gaia Scerif

Click below to view each talk:


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