Christian created this artwork at age 10 at an MDA-sponsored children's art workshop held June 6, 1992 in Houston. He always enjoyed swimming and fishing and going to MDA summer camp. Christian was interested in oceanliners and maritime history and went on 10 cruises.
Respondents to MDA’s Transitions Survey — in other words, people with a neuromuscular disease who are in their teens through late 30s — made it clear they had questions about the genetics of their disease, as well as questions about family planning and the value of diagnostic testing.
Bryson is a sixth-grade honor roll student, who is an extremely friendly and outgoing young man with a refreshingly positive attitude. His favorite subjects are: reading, spelling and social studies. He’s a “social butterfly’’ and often greets his friends with high-fives. .
MDA awarded a research grant totaling $312,422 over a period of three years to Nadine Wiper-Bergeron, assistant professor in the department of cellular and molecular medicine at the University of Ottowa in Ontario, Canada.