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Research Opportunities

Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation Canada has established a strategic plan to fund early investigators. 

Early Investigator Impact Award

Objectives:

  • Create a global competition to Inspire, Attract and Retain the brightest minds in the world to research Loeys-Dietz syndrome
  • Provide seed capital (grants) for early investigators (clinicians and researchers) around the world that will research Loeys-Dietz syndrome
    • Provide researchers with one-time grants of $25,000 each, access to our global medical network and leadership development
  • Awards to be granted in Q2/Q3 of 2020

Young Investigator Award Grant Model - 2015

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GRIP - Global Research Inventory Program

The Global Research Inventory Program (GRIP) is a global inventory of all research published on Loeys-Dietz syndrome.  An exciting feature of the GRIP project is the database of all of the medical professionals that have collaborated on the published research.  This database will be instrumental in ensuring that LDSF Canada will have a comprehensive and global reach with our  Early Investigator Impact Award– thus ensuring we reach the brightest minds around the world.