Help children with GRINopathies

GRIN-related disorders are an ultra-rare neuropaediatric condition, with approximately 500 cases diagnosed worldwide. These disorders are a set of neurological conditions that alter the development of the brain, causing serious problems such as intellectual disability, hypotonia and epilepsy.

Researchers from the Institute of Neurosciences of the UB, members of the Glutamatergic receptors in synaptic transmission research group, and IDIBELL have joint forces to develop personalised treatments for the affected children and help the families affected by this condition.

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to support this initiative.

Visit (GRIN project) and support children with GRINopathies.

In this video, David Soto del Cerro, Federico Míguez Cabello, Nuria Sánchez Fernández, Esther Gratacòs-Batlle from the Glutamatergic receptors in synaptic transmission research group explain the crowdfunding campaign.

Thank you for your collaboration!

Would you like to know more about the project? Watch the video below

In this video, Dr. David Soto del Cerro explains the origin of this crowdfunding campaign.