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The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) is proud to announce today the formation of the new European-based medical research NGO, called Children’s Tumor Foundation Europe. The United States based organization, with headquarters in New York City, was founded in 1978 and is the largest nongovernmental funder and catalyzer of neurofibromatosis (NF) research in the world, with its mission to drive research, expand knowledge, and advance care for the NF community. CTF Europe launches today as a partner organization to CTF in the United States.
The Children’s Tumor Foundation is an Associated Partner of the European-based Innovative Medicines Initiative
The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a jointly funded partnership between the European Union (EU) and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA), will soon issue a call for an integrated research platform enabling patient-centric drug development.
The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF), the largest non-governmental funder of neurofibromatosis (NF) research, and PLOS ONE, a leading peer-reviewed scientific journal, are pleased to announce the successful completion of the first funding cycle of the Drug Discovery Initiative Registered Report (DDIRR) 2017 Awards, a funder-publisher partnership integrating the Registered Reports model into the grant application process.
Synodos Review Committee Leader Anna Barker Receives Highest Recognition from the American Association for Cancer Research
Children’s Tumor Foundation Synodos Review Committee Leader Anna Barker, PhD, was presented a Special Recognition Award at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). This award was presented to individuals whose work has made extraordinary contributions to accelerate the prevention and cure of all cancers through research, education, communication, and collaboration.
By Salvatore La Rosa
On Feb 29, 2008, EURORDIS, a European rare disease organization, sponsored the first Rare Disease Day in Europe. Then the United States joined the first global observance the following year, along with 23 other countries. This year I was invited to participate at the Rare Disease Day at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), an event that aims to bring together “Patients and Researchers – Partners for Life,” as their slogan has always been.