Elisa de Grandis – London 2016

Elisa de Grandis, paediatric neurologist, was interviewed by AHCIM in London 2016 at the ATP1A3 symposium

The purpose of AHC International Media is to collect information about AHC and related disorders and make them visible for everyone.

Doctors, researchers and family can share information on this media and together we can help each other get closer to the goal of having an effective treatment for AHC.

AHCIM will continue to interview interested parties that have information on AHC or related disorders to share .

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Habeeb and Abimbola Adeleye

Habeeb and Abimbola Adeleye, parents of Abdulhaseeb, were interviewed at AHCF family meeting in 2014

“without a family support group it´s like we are all alone”

The purpose of AHC International Library is to collect information about AHC and related disorders and make them visible for everyone.

Doctors, researchers and family can share information on this media and together we can help each other get closer to the goal of having an effective treatment for AHC.

AHCIM will continue to interview interested parties that have information on AHC or related disorders to share .

For more information: www.ahcim.com

Contact us at ahc@ahc.is

Helen Cross

Professor Helen Cross was interviewed by AHCIM in London, May 2015

“If we find a treatment for AHC it may well help other disorders”

“the children who now are negative for mutation in ATP1A3 may teach us even more then those that are positive”

http://www.gosh.nhs.uk/medical-information/staff-z/helen-cross

Meg Krenn

Meg Krenn, mother of Emory, was interviewed by AHCIM in August 2015

Meg and Bill Krenn have 4 children together which is not common among AHC families.
They have a very positive outlook on life.
Meg tells us about their life with AHC and that they will never lose hope

Mallory Eastman

Mallory Eastman, sister of Caroline Eastman, was interviewed by AHCIM in August 2015

Mallory shares her view as a sibling to an AHC hero.
She tells us among other things how hard it is to explain what AHC really is.
She also explains how the ketogenic diet is affecting Caroline.

Sho Yano

Sho Yano was interviewed by AHCIM in Washington, DC, August 2015

Sho Yano believes that ATP1A3 mutations are much more common than we realize

Some people have 1 or 2 episodes in a lifetime that is explained as infection, meningitis or something else and they never know that they actually have a mutation in ATP1A3

Dr. Sho Yano is an Asian-American prodigy with an estimated IQ of 200. His father is from Japan and his mother is from South Korea.

Dr. Yano showed signs of exceptional abilities at a very early age- he started reading at the age of 2, writing by the age of 3, composing music by age 5 and scored 1,500 out of 1,600 on SAT at the age of 8. In the following year, at the age of 9, he entered Loyola University of Chicago which made him the youngest person to get into college in the U.S., and three years later, he entered medical school to persuade his dream of becoming a doctor. And at the age of 21, he graduated from the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine (MD), where he also received a PhD in molecular genetics and cell biology, and now, he is the youngest MD from University of Chicago and the second youngest MD in history.

Aaron Talsma

Aaron Talsma, research assistant, was interviewed by AHCIM in August 2015

Aaron tells us about his research with Fruit Flies and how he wants someone to take over his data.

Allison Brashear

Professor Allison Brashear was interviewed by AHCIM in Washington, DC, August 2015

If you would like to join her study please go to https://www.atp1a3diseases.org

The purpose of AHC International Library is to collect information about AHC and related disorders and make them visible for everyone.

Doctors, researchers and family can share information on this media and together we can help each other get closer to the goal of having an effective treatment for AHC.

AHCIM will continue to interview interested parties that have information on AHC or related disorders to share .

For more information: www.ahcim.com

Contact us at ahc@ahc.is