The FSH Society’s 2015 Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD) International Research Consortium and Planning Meeting will convene in Boston this year, on October 5-6. This meeting is the largest annual forum for research professionals and clinical researchers to share the latest findings in FSHD research. For more information click here.
The National Pro Grid League (NPGL) announced today that it has selected the FSH Society as a beneficiary of its charity program. The men and women athletes in the NPGL, the world’s first coed professional team sport, perform at the highest level of athleticism, displaying feats of strength and agility well beyond the ordinary. The… Read More »
By Russell Caratenuto, FSH Society Ambassador As a child I never second-guessed my ability to stick out my shoulder blades and make what my friends would call “wings”. This difference never stopped me from being the most athletic child I could possibly be. Up until puberty, I was among the fastest, strongest, and most physically… Read More »
The publications listed below were supported by the FSH Society in the form of research fellowships and travel grants. We thank our many donors for providing the funding to advance our scientific and medical understanding of FSHD!
FSH Society Ambassador Carden Wyckoff recently created a series of posts on Avelist regarding misconceptions and living with FSHD. Below is her latest post on living with muscular dystrophy as she hopes to open minds and bring awareness to the various types of disabilities people live with on a daily basis. For more articles, please… Read More »