Austin’s Purpose Raises 000 for Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Neuroscience

CSHL neuroscientist Hiro Furukawa, Ph.D. receives a $10,000 check from Paul Wasielewski with his daughter Sierra-left and son Austin.Austin Wasielewski, born in May 2003, at first appeared to be a healthy, strong boy. About three months into his life his parents noticed his jerking motions and realized he wasn’t meeting developmental goals. On Thanksgiving Day 2003, Austin had his first myoclonic seizure. Throughout his first eight years of life he would have up to 12 seizures a day.  While Austin was seen by the best doctors in NYC, the cause of his seizures remained a mystery.It was 2008 when Austin was accepted into the Undiagnosed Disease Program at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Then in 2011, Program head Dr. William Gahl and his remarkable team found a new…


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