November 4, 2017 Dear Friends, It has been a while since we last talked. I hope you are enjoying this Fall season with your family and friends. I think about the value of family and friends a lot lately. Support from family and friends keeps me going. So I appreciate your continued support, encouragement, and […]
About Stephanie Snow Gebel
Stephanie Snow Gebel is the co-founder of the Jack and J.T. Snow Scientific Research Foundation and mother of Raquel Gebel who suffers from Wolfram syndrome. She is also the daughter of the late Jack Snow, former “Voice of the St. Louis Rams,” 11-year veteran of The Los Angeles Rams, and Notre Dame All-American. She is the sister of J.T. Snow, former San Francisco Giants first baseman and six-time Gold Glove winner.
Entries by Stephanie Snow Gebel
Professor Patrick Yu-Wai-Man Affiliations John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, University of Cambridge Cambridge Eye Unit, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, London I am an eye doctor (ophthalmologist) with a particular interest in genetic eye […]
Dear Wolfram Families and Supporters: The Washington University Wolfram Research Clinic (or ‘natural history) study just finished its 8th consecutive year of assessing patients with Wolfram Syndrome. This work began in 2010, supported in part by the Snow Foundation. For the past 5 years, it has been supported by a National Institutes of Health grant […]
Part 3: My Fight Continues – Pat Gibilisco Money was the only reason my child was not able to receive the drug that would potentially save her life. The Snow Foundation, or I should say Stephanie Gebel, worked so hard to raise money for all children affected with WS. She had to beg people, year […]
Part 2: The Journey Continues Dr. Permutt and Jon Wasson, who helped discover the WS gene and named it WSF1, were leading the first-ever WS clinic in St. Louis. Dr. Hershey and many other fabulous doctors from Washington University in St. Louis and other areas of the United States, started the first database of WS […]