Film Reels

Past Events

Recordings of past events of the International FOXP1 Foundation are posted here.  There is a combination of webinars, zoom meetings, and in-person conference presentations by the foundation, family members, and the scientific/medical community. The most current event is posted at the top of the page.

RARE-X Introduction Data Collection Program

Zoom meeting, March 13, 2022

The International FOXP1 Foundation (IFF) has partnered with RARE-X to establish a Data Collection program.  RARE-X introduces families to the value and benefits of contributing; database security and architecture of the system; and the process to enroll in the program. Questions were answered at the end of the presentation.

International FOXP1 Foundation 1st Open House

Zoom meeting, January 16, 2022

The International FOXP1 Foundation (IFF) hosted their first Open House zoom meeting, open to all members of the FOXP1 international community.  The Board of Directors presented what has been achieved in the first year of the foundation, and what is planned for the coming year. Questions were answered at the end of the presentation.

Day of Learning on FOXP1 Syndrome, Seaver Centre

Zoom meeting, September 23, 2021

The Seaver Autism Centre for Research, presented the Day of Learning on FOXP1 Syndrome.  The presentation was designed to update the community about advances in the Seaver Center’s multi-level research in stem cells, rodent models, and clinical studies currently being done on FOXP1.

FOXP1 Community Webinar with Seaver Autism Centre and RareConnect

Webinar, July 8, 2016

A team of researchers at the Seaver Autism Center at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York has been providing evaluations and clinical research for families of other genetic syndromes for some time now, and has recently begun working with FOXP1 families. In this RareConnect webinar, we will have a chance to hear from these investigators and to ask them questions about their work, how it could benefit us and their future plans for FOXP1 research.