We explore, promote and contribute to the latest developments in rare disease research, with the goal of improving the lives of the many people living with rare diseases.
Big News - New Rare Diseases Centre at Birmingham Children's Hospital
Professor Timothy Barrett - Designing a clinical trial in a slowly progressive rare disease
Dr Larissa Kerecuk - Integrating research into everyday care
Professor Gina Radford - Key note speaker - RDC 2017
Professor Deirdre Kelly - Improving outcomes in rare diseases
Health29 is a unique diagnostic platform which uses artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning to empower physicians and help speed up the diagnosis process of rare diseases.
The ESPE is providing one Research Fellowship to support young paediatricians or scientists to conduct research in any field of endocrinology at leading institutions worldwide.
Cures within Reach has a submission call focusing on repurposed treatments impacting patients with any rare disease.
Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) have put out a call for new master's degree programmes and studentships in health data science.
Rare Disease Day on the 28 February 2019 is being marked by various events around the UK and locally.
AstraZeneca has a funding stream to support externally sponsored scientific research in relation to expanding the knowledge related to a company product and/or its associated disease area(s).
Last year's symposium presentations are now available.
Research led by University of Birmingham scientists has found that people suffering from the adrenal disorder known as Addison's disease suffer from an immune system defect that makes them prone to potentially deadly respiratory infections.