Call for Projects 2020

In 2020 IFCAH (International Fund raising for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia) in partnership with ESPE (European Society for Pediatric Endocrinology) launches its tenth Call for Projects.

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More information on our website.

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2019 IFCAH Funded Projects

In 2019 IFCAH funded projects on Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia for an amount of 250 000€. Following IFCAH’s call for projects, 17 letters of intent have been received. Among them, 7 projects have been pre-selected for being reviewed and auditioned by the scientific committee.

Pr Michel Polak (president of IFCAH’s scientific committee) announced the selected projects at the 58th International Meeting of ESPE in Vienna, Austria. Selected projects are listed hereafter:

Dr Nicole Reisch, Dr Richard Auchus, “Prospective long-term follow-up of hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis in males with CAH”, 100 000 €

Dr Claudia Boettcher,  “Oral contraceptives in female adolescents with CAH: impact on the metabolome, and a way to optimize treatment with respect to androgen excess?”, 75 000 €

Dr Anna Nordenström, “Effects and importance of adrenalin deficiency in CAH”, 75 000 €

Funded projects summaries are available online on our IFCAH website.

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Call for Projects 2019

In 2019 IFCAH (International Fund raising for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia) in partnership with ESPE (European Society for Pediatric Endocrinology) launches its ninth Call for Projects.

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2018 IFCAH Funded Projects

In 2018 IFCAH funded projects on Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia for an amount of 350000€. Following IFCAH’s call for projects, 14 letters of intent have been received. Among them, 5 projects have been pre-selected for being reviewed and auditioned by the scientific committee the 18 of June 2018.

Pr Michel Polak (president of IFCAH’s scientific committee) announced the selected projects at the 57th International Meeting of ESPE in Athens. Selected projects are listed hereafter:

“Pathophysiology and therapeutic challenges of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia”, Dr. Gerard Babot, IFCAH and AFM Funding: 150 000 €  (AFM Partnership)

“The epidemiology of congenital adrenal hyperplasia: a nationwide study.”, Dr. Claus Gravholt, IFCAH funding: 100 000 €

“In vivo characterisation of ACTH receptor antagonists.”, Dr. Li Chan (UK), IFCAH funding: 100 000 €

Funded projects summaries are available online on our IFCAH website.

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Newsletter 2018

We have the pleasure to address you the IFCAH Newsletter for 2018.

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Hoping to have you among our supports,

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2017 Funded projects

In 2017 IFCAH funded projects on Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia for an amount of 350000€. Following IFCAH’s call for projects, 13 letters of intent have been received. Among them, 6 projects have been pre-selected for being reviewed and auditioned by the scientific committee the 19 of June 2017.

Pr Michel Polak (president of IFCAH’s scientific committee) announced on September 15th 2017 the selected projects at the International Meeting of Pediatric Endocrinology in Washington (USA) in front of 4000 endocrinologists from around the world. Selected projects are listed hereafter:

“Adrenal stem cells: identification, generation and culture for genetic modification”, Dr Schedl, iBV Nice, France, 120 000 €

“Cell-Based Therapy for the Treatment of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia”, Dr Bréault, Boston, USA, 120 000 € (100 000€ AFM)

“A systems biology approach towards the understanding of the pathophysiology of congenital adrenal hyperplasia”, Dr Krone, Université de Sheffield, 110 000 €

Funded projects summaries are available online on our IFCAH website.

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Call for Projects 2018

In 2018 IFCAH (International Fund raising for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia) and ESPE (European society for pediatric endocrinology) launches its eight Call for Proposals.

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More information on our website.

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