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RING 14 NON-PROFIT ASSOCIATION
HELP AND RESEARCH FOR CHILDREN WITH RARE GENETIC DISEASES

OUR SCIENTIFIC PARTNERSHIPS

ASMN

ASMN

We have established a collaboration with the hospital Arcispedale S. Maria Nuova with the aim to study the epileptic and nutitrional complications of the Ring14 Syndrome.

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Bicocca University

Bicocca University

Since 2010 we are collaborating with  the Department of Psychology of the University of Milano-Bicocca financing a study on language development in children suffering from chromosome 14 syndromes.

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Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University

Ring14 International directly supports the University of Case Western Reserve for a project focused to the genetic editing in cellular models of Ring14 .

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Mario Negri Institute

Mario Negri Institute

The Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research is a nonprofit research institute dedicated to clinical and biomedical research on rare neurological diseases.

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Ospedali Galliera

Ospedali Galliera

Galliera hospital hosts the Genetic Biobank, which Ring14 International has signed an operative agreement for the management of biological samples of people affected by syndromes of chromosome 14th rearrangements.

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Project Spinner

Project Spinner

Ring14 International is supporting Prof. Spinner for deciphering the molecular mechanisms of chromosome 14 disorders.

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Purdue University

Purdue University

Prof. DeWoody , member of our SAB , is researcher appointed at the "Purdue University", which has a significant experience on research in the bioscience field.

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RD-Connect

RD-Connect

Ring14 International is member of the Core Implementation Group of RD-Connect, a FP7 EU-funded project aimed at developing an integrated hub to share rare disease research results

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TNGB

TNGB

Ring14 International collaborates with the TNGB for employing the best standards procedures on the collection and distribution of biological samples of people affected by genetic diseases.

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Université de Genève

Université de Genève

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