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Facial expressions are key to first impressions. What does that mean for people with facial paralysis?

By: Kathleen Bogart Facial expressions are important parts of how we communicate and how we develop impressions of the people around us. In “The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals,” Charles Darwin proposed that facial expressions evolved to quickly communicate emotional states important to social survival. […]

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In Genetic Study, Mount Sinai Researcher Aims to Parse Complexity of Craniofacial Disorders

In Genetic Study, Mount Sinai Researcher Aims to Parse Complexity of Craniofacial Disorders Physician-scientist Bryn Webb is using Ingenuity Variant Analysis to interpret sequence data from patients with rare congenital facial paralysis disorders. Her quest could provide more accurate diagnosis and, eventually, better treatment options for patients […]

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