UNLV neuroscientist Rochelle Hines and a student work in the lab

Research in Brief: Science One Step Closer to "Turning Off" Seizures, Sleep Disturbances Linked to Intellectual Disability

UNLV-led research team identifies key brain protein to target for new customized drug therapies treating adverse symptoms of developmental disorder subtypes.

UNLV Department of Psychology neuroscientist Rochelle Hines (right) and student Betsua Garcia-Trujillo are members of a research team that studied the gene and brain proteins that contribute to epilepsy, sleep difficulties, and other adverse symptoms among people with intellectual disability syndrome (Josh Hawkins/UNLV Photo Services).

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