Funding: Hershey, PI; (HD070855) 2012-2023
HRPO #201301004

Clinical Trials # (https://clinicaltrials.gov/)

The purpose of the Washington University Wolfram Syndrome Research Clinic is to better understand the development and progression of the neurological aspects of Wolfram syndrome. During annual research visits patients are seen by specialists in multiple disciplines (ophthalmology, neurology, psychiatry, audiology) and undergo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain.  These data help us understand the neurological issues in Wolfram Syndrome, and will directly inform the design and metrics used in future clinical trials.

For a list of publications resulting from the Wolfram Research Clinic please click here

If you (your child) are interested in participating in the Wolfram Research Clinic please contact Samantha Ranck, MSW at (314) 362-6514 or rancks@npg.wustl.edu. You will be asked to complete an on-line screening questionnaire to determine your eligibility.

Clinical Care:  Dr. Marshall is a pediatric endocrinologist who sees Wolfram Syndrome patients clinically and consults with physicians across the country. For questions about clinical care, contact her at marshall@kids.wustl.edu or 314-454-6051.

To view the Wolfram Syndrome Clinical Guidelines, please click here

Additional Research Opportunities:
University of Maryland Brain and Tissue Bank. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) supports the Brain and Tissue Bank for Developmental Disabilities.  To learn more, please click here.