MHE Research Foundation Video Library
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Video Presentations
The MHE Research Foundation and Dr. Dror Paley have jointly developed educational video project. The 3 links below
are the first in this new series, as our foundations works with Dr. Paley many more videos will be added to this collection.  Our
foundation would like to thank Dr. Paley for all his time and support given to this new project and to all the orthopedic surgeons
in the future that will do these educational videos. Please check our website for more videos that will be added in the near future.
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Wings of HOPE as we REACH
for the CURE to
Multiple Hereditary Exostoses Syndrome
Multiple Osteochondroma Syndrome
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Roles of Heparan Sulfate in Mammalian Brain Development: Current Views Based on the Findings from
Ext1 Conditional Knockout Studies
To view the two video presentations of this research  Video 1 Click Here   Video 2 Click Here
Dr. Kevin Jones introduction and Dr. John Dormans
presentation during the 2012 MHE Research Conference
Dr. Dror Paley's presentation during the 2012 MHE Research
Disclaimer, some of the sides contain operative pictures, also due to
technical issues some of the x-rays located in this presentation are
dark unfortunately were unable to fix this
MHE Research was presented by Maurizio Pacifici, Ph.D., Director of Research, Division of Orthopaedic
Surgery, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Sarah Ziegler in panel discussion.
To view all video presentations from the 2013 Rare Disease symposium
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Dr. Yu Yamaguchi's video presentation and others during 2012 Rare Disease symposium Click Here
Yu Yamaguchi's research on  "MHE" reveals new insights into autism, these findings also provide new insights for
the general autistic population
Click here to read the extensive press release
JUNE 9, 2012
Journal "The Scientist" Bones to Brains - Autism- Relevant Behavioral Phenotype
Click here to read this article

MARCH 12, 2012
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