Neuronal-Migration-Disorders-Information-Page

Neuronal Migration Disorders Information Page


What research is being done?

The NINDS conducts and supports a wide range of studies that explore the complex systems of brain development.  These studies include the identification of the mechanism of action of the known causes of NMD as well as studies to identify further causes of disease.  NIH-funded researchers work closely with parental support groups to bring research discoveries directly to patients.   The knowledge gained from these studies provides the foundation for understanding abnormal development and offers hope for new ways to treat and prevent NMDs.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Brain Diseases

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What research is being done?

The NINDS conducts and supports a wide range of studies that explore the complex systems of brain development.  These studies include the identification of the mechanism of action of the known causes of NMD as well as studies to identify further causes of disease.  NIH-funded researchers work closely with parental support groups to bring research discoveries directly to patients.   The knowledge gained from these studies provides the foundation for understanding abnormal development and offers hope for new ways to treat and prevent NMDs.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Brain Diseases

The NINDS conducts and supports a wide range of studies that explore the complex systems of brain development.  These studies include the identification of the mechanism of action of the known causes of NMD as well as studies to identify further causes of disease.  NIH-funded researchers work closely with parental support groups to bring research discoveries directly to patients.   The knowledge gained from these studies provides the foundation for understanding abnormal development and offers hope for new ways to treat and prevent NMDs.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Brain Diseases


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