The Patient Registry is an invaluable tool for researchers conducting observational studies about people with CF in the U.S. About 50,000 individuals have been followed in the Registry since its inception in 1986; many of them have been included for over 20 years.
The Success with Therapies Research Consortium helps the clinical study of interventions so people with cystic fibrosis can improve the consistency of their day-to-day management of their CF to optimize health outcomes and quality of life.
This program is intended to facilitate research that will contribute to the development of new therapies or therapeutic strategies to treat cystic fibrosis with an emphasis on advancing CFTR gene repair and replacement approaches.
This competition is awarding one year of free lab and office space at Bakar Labs of University of California Berkeley to applicants with emerging technology in gene editing, gene delivery, and gene therapy/gene insertion that may be applied to CF.
The patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) training manual provides discrete steps, tools, and resources that CF Center research teams can take to integrate and maintain patient/caregiver-partners in CF research.
The intent of this request for applications is to solicit and fund projects that will improve our understanding of the biological basis for the development and progression of gastrointestinal manifestations in cystic fibrosis as well as to identify potential novel therapeutic strategies to manage and treat them.
Because of the wide variety of mental health concerns and needs of the CF population, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has formed the Prioritizing Research in Mental Health (PRIME) Working Group, which is dedicated to mental health research.
Clinical postdoctoral research fellowships are offered to support postdoctoral research training related to cystic fibrosis. These awards are intended to enable training in new research areas and methods to advance the scientific knowledge of the applicant and to collect data to enable their transition into an impactful research career.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is requesting applications with a letter of intent for innovative registry-based analyses that aim to test novel methods to advance the use of the Foundation’s Patient Registry.
The Research Additional Mentoring Program (RAMP) Award is designed to enable promising early-career physician scientists seeking additional research mentoring outside of their home academic institutions to enhance their clinical or translational research proficiency and support their development of the necessary clinical research capabilities to become independent investigators.