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Stormy Chamberlain and Orrin Devinsky join Dup15q Alliance Professional Advisory Board
We are very pleased to announce that Stormy Chamberlain and Orrin Devinsky have agreed to join our Professional Advisory Board.
Stormy is the Raymond and Beverly Sackler assistant professor of Genetics and Developmental Biology at the University of Connecticut Health Center and a member of the University of Connecticut Stem Cell Institute. Her lab studies chromosome 15q11-q13 imprinting disorders, and has been focusing on induced pluripotent stem cell models of Dup15q and Angelman syndrome. Stormy received a B.A. degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in Medical Sciences-Genetics from the University of Florida, where she studied mouse models of Prader-Willi syndrome. Stormy and her husband Scott Oloff have two children, Josey and Marshall, and live in Oxford, Connecticut.
Orrin Devinsky is Professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry at NYU Langone School of Medicine. He directs the NYU Epilepsy Center and Saint Barnabas Institute of Neurology. Epilepsy research includes phenomic-genomic relations, sudden unexpected death, surgical therapies, tuberous sclerosis, new medicines and devices, collaborative translational research, quality-of-life, cognition and behavior, and neuro-inflammation. Behavioral neurology research includes hyperfamiliarity, Klein-Levin syndrome, delusions, autonomic nervous function, and anterior cingulate gyrus functions. He has authored more than 300 peer-reviewed papers and written or edited more than 20 books. He founded Finding A Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures and co-founded epilepsy.com and the Epilepsy Therapy Project. He serves on the boards of these organizations and has served on the board of the American Epilepsy Society and Epilepsy Foundation. Other interests include the history of neuropsychiatry, evolution, anthropology, and animal intelligence.
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