Bow Foundation 2018 Recap Conference Call – The Bow Foundation today held a conference call recapping the 2018 year and looking ahead at 2019. If you missed the call and are interested in hearing what was discussed, a copy of the recording can be heard here:

Rare disease charity funds $48,000 in CRISPR research at Michigan State University – The Bow Foundation today announced a grant of $48,000 to the Michigan State University Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology. The grant will expand research into a rare genetic disorder with no common name.  The research project will be led by Dr. Richard Neubig. Read More

TOPP Motorsports Partners With Rare Disease Charity for 2018 Season – TOPP Performance Race Parts and TOPP Motorsports today announced a new 2018 partnership with The Bow Foundation. The charity is focused on supporting medical research and increasing awareness for patients with GNAO1, a rare genetic disorder with no common name. Read More

Bow Foundation to Host Inaugural GNAO1 Medical Conference – The Bow Foundation will host a first-of-its-kind medical conference in our nation’s capital on Monday, November 13. Families from around the world will meet with doctors and researchers about GNAO1, a rare genetic disorder with no common name. Read More

Local Charity Funds UVA Rare Disease Research The Bow Foundation today announced a grant of $50,000 to the University of Virginia School of Medicine to fund research into a rare genetic disorder with no common name. Read More