Who Are We?
The CADASIL Consortium is a group of 12 study sites across the United States striving to identify the biological and clinical markers in order to inform basic science research and clinical care with the hope of generating information that can be used to design treatment studies. Our coordinating center is the University of Wisconsin, Madison but individuals can be seen at any of our 12 sites.
Our research team is dedicated to finding ways to intervene in the CADASIL trajectory and to study interactions with risk factors impacting the aging life course. We are actively seeking persons who were at risk but tested negative (non-carriers of the NOTCH3 gene mutation) as well as those who have tested positive in order to characterize the presentation of CADASIL with family members.
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