Center for Synaptic Disorders
The Center for Synaptic Disorder focuses on the care of children and adults with complex medical, neurologic, cognitive, and behavioral diagnoses. Persons served include persons with Rett Syndrome, SYNGAP1, SHANK3, SCN2A, SCN1A, KCNQ2, STXBP1, GRIN, GRIA, GABRB and SLC6A1 Related Disorders.
The mission of our program is to improve the lives of individuals with rare synaptic disorders through innovative comprehensive interdisciplinary care. We will accomplish this by combining deep phenotyping with advanced techniques in neuroimaging, omics and biomedical engineering to develop diagnostic tools, biomarkers, aide with the development of novel therapeutics and promote the well-being of children and their families by providing innovative evidence-based care.
The monies raised will be distributed equally and used to support research and help families cover health care costs.
About ROAR for Kids
We hope you will join us on Saturday, April 29, 2023 for Kennedy Krieger Institute’s ROAR for Kids at Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, MD. ROAR for Kids will once again feature a 5K race and a low-mileage fun walk, which participants may participate in virtually or in person. Additionally, back by popular demand, the event will host a family festival including princesses, carnival games, the VERY popular Mascot Challenge and more! Registration opens at 6:30AM with both races and the family festival kicking off at 8:00AM, the Mascot Challenge will take place around 9:45AM with the event ending around 10:30AM. We hope to see you there!