The purpose of the Fore Hadley CDH Research Fund is to provide our partners in the academic research community the funding they need to continue their study of Congenital Daphragmatic Hernia (CDH) - its cause, new innovative therapies, and advanced preventative and corrective measures - in the ultimate pursuit of eliminating or permitting screening for CDH for generations to come.
RESEARCH AWARD PROCESS
Fore Hadley CDH Research grants are awarded on the basis of a comprehensive clinical review process performed by the medical director and his support staff at Fore Hadley. Financial grants are awarded on a rolling basis and are granted on merit without regard to race, religion, creed, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability status.
Grants are awarded based upon the availability of funds to amounts at or above $50,000.00
CRITERIA AND AREAS OF INTEREST
• Applicants must employed by or supported through an accredited and credentialed academic, non-profit pediatric research institute.
• Applicants must be a citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States and/or incorporated in the United States
• Research must have preferably a direct impact on current and/or future outcomes of patients diagnosed with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH). We will consider research opportunities where the benefit is not only relevant to CDH, but other pediatric defects as well.
• Areas of current need/interest:
Potential genetic components/contributors to CDH
Early intervention techniques and surgical remedies (in utero)
Innovative rehabilitation therapies (breathing apparatus, pharmacologic protocol, ECMO, etc.)
RESEARCH APPLICANTS MUST PROVIDE:
• Initial Executive Summary of proposed study (1-2 pages in length) that includes: research techniques, expected outcomes, anticipated budget, and anticipated timelines - email to Diane Lasorda, email@example.com
• Upon initial review by Fore Hadley Medical Advisory Board, applicant will be required to submit a more in-depth summary of proposal for review and possible funding.