Dr. Javier Oroz, Ramón y Cajal scientist from the RMN-prot group at IQFR has received a grant to study the molecular mechanisms responsible for Ondine Syndrome

The Association for rare diseases "Muévete por los que no pueden" has awarded Dr. Javier Oroz with a grant for his research project in Ondine Syndrome. Dr. Oroz uses Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy to decipher the structural basis for PHOX2B failure and toxicity, which is the main cause for the development of the disease.