Posts Tagged ‘research’

Clinical Database Project (CSCDP)

   The CHARGE Syndrome Clinical Database Project (CSCDP) is an internet-based questionnaire designed to collect clinical data on individuals with CHARGE syndrome (CS). Our aims are to: collect information on people with CS of all ages from all over the world, use the collected data to understand more about CS and how it affects different […]

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Scientific Advisory Board

The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) was established in 2011 to serve as a resource to assist in the identification, funding, and development of scientific research projects. The formation of this new advisory board demonstrates the Foundation’s commitment to investing in high quality scientific research. The SAB consist of leading scientists and medical doctors with extensive research […]

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Foundation Supported Research

The CHARGE Syndrome Foundation is dedicated to promoting high quality clinical and scientific research into the cause and treatment of CHARGE syndrome. We have come a long way over the past couple of years, but know there is way more to be done.  CHARGE Syndrome Foundation Scientific Research Grant Program The CHARGE Syndrome Foundation, Inc. […]

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Opportunities for Families

Researchers invite you to participate in a study about social play in individuals with CHARGE syndrome being conducted by the CHARGE Syndrome Research Lab at Central Michigan University. WHAT IS THIS FOR? There is very little information about how children with CHARGE syndrome engage in play with their peers. Peer play is important for cognitive […]

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News & Reports

To learn about the Institute on Movement Studies for Individuals with Visual Impairment or Deafblindness connection to the Foundation watch this video.             Canadian scientists in the laboratory of Dr. Nicolas Pilon have found a new gene, Fam172a, that might be involved in CHARGE syndrome. The research “Dysregulation of cotranscriptional […]

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Research

CHARGE research and CHD7 research help us understand the syndrome, its features and management. Want to participate in research? See Opportunities for Families and start with CSCDP. Check back often to see if new studies have been posted. Looking for grant opportunities? See the RFP information in Foundation Supported Research. Are you a young professional […]

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