Jeremy was a part time PhD student who started his program during the COVID-19 pandemic. Priorities with family and work made it impractical to focus on research. This was a place focused on improving the quality of life for those with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome ("22q11.2DS" or simply "22q") by focusing on driving. Other names used for 22q includes DiGeorge Syndrome and Velocardiofacial Syndrome. Although the name can vary the goal was to be inclusive, collaborative, and practical in our activities. If interested in related work please reach out to his former supervisors Prof. Sue Horton and Dr. Jacob Vorstman. Please spend some time reviewing Jeremy's work found on this site.