Turner Syndrome Sociey
30 Cleary Avenue, Room 9 Ottawa, ON K2A 4A1
Phone (613) 321-2267
Fax (613) 321-2268
| Welcome to the Turner Syndrome Society of Canada!
Our non-profit charitable organization shares up-to-date medical information on Turner Syndrome to families, physicians and the public. We also provide local mutual support groups for individuals with TS and their families.
Browse our web site for the latest news or contact us with your questions. We are always looking for new members and volunteers.
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- Our newsletter is now available on line in French and English Editions! Check it out here for news about the Society’s activities, personal stories, and highlights from our conferences.
- Winter 2013 (PDF)
- Hiver 2013 (PDF)
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Call for Participants
Turner Syndrome and Bone Health
Researchers at the University of Calgary are actively recruiting women ages 16 - 45 with Turner Syndrome to participate in a study examining bone health. The study is being conducted at the University of Calgary and expected time requirement is approximately 1 hour total. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-220-3188 for further information. Read more
Comprehensive Turner Syndrome Study
Researchers at Stanford University are looking for girls ages 3 – 11 years old with 45X, 46XX mosaic karyotypes to take part in a comprehensive research study of learning, behavior, genetics and brain development. Read more
Does Turner Syndrome Affect Number Sense?
Researchers in the Developmental Science Laboratory in the Psychology Department at the University of Waterloo are looking for participants: girls with Turner Syndrome between the ages of 6 years 0 months to 16 years 11 months, of all karyotypes. The experiment duration can either be one 1 hour or two 30 minute sessions. The following locations in Ontario; Toronto, London, Hamilton, Waterloo, Ottawa and adjacent areas. During the weekend of the conference recruitment and experimental runs will take place from April 19th-27th in Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna and adjacent areas. Click here for further information or contact Kaitlin Portelli, 416-894-1541 , email@example.com.
X-Linked Genes for Social Cognition
Researchers at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto are looking for participants: girls 4 yrs. and older with 45,X karyotype and their families. Information letter.
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About the Turner Syndrome Society of Canada
The Turner Syndrome Society of Canada, a non-profit charitable organization, was founded in 1981 by an individual with TS who wanted to share experiences and information. It provides support services for individuals with TS and their families and disseminates up-to-date medical information to families, physicians and the general public.
We wish to express our sincere gratitude to:
Canadian Pediatric Endocrinology Nurses: sponsorship for 2012 and 2013 conferences
March 2012: sponsorship of the Annual Conference and information book
- publication 2008, reprint 2013
EMD Serono Canada: sponsorship of Annual Conference and newsletters
Eli Lilly Canada
Sponsorship of Annual Conference and video
2012, and InfoClips 2013
Unitron Hearing Canada for support of our 2011 conference.