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FINLAND

Finland
HELSINKI

Funded by an IRDiRC memberGenomic editing for treating hemoglobin diseases
University of Helsinki
Stem Cells and Metabolism Research Program

FRANCE

ILE-DE-FRANCE
PARIS

Constitutive hematologic diseases: clinical and therapeutic research, molecular biology
CHU Paris-GH St-Louis Lariboisière F.Widal - Hôpital Saint-Louis
Service d'hématologie pédiatrique

PORTUGAL

SUL
LISBOA

Hemoglobinopathies molecular research
Instituto Nacional de Saúde Dr. Ricardo Jorge - Lisboa
Departamento de Genética

SWITZERLAND

Suisse Alémanique
BASEL

Next generation advanced therapies for fight Beta-hemoglobinopathies via rational intervention in beta-globin regulatory network
Departement Biosysteme (D-BSSE)
Departement für Biosysteme und Ingenieurwissenschaften ETH Zürich

ITALY

LAZIO
ROMA

Funded by an IRDiRC memberAdvances in diagnosis of thalassemia and haemoglobinopathies: development of innovative techniques by thermogravimetry coupled with chemometrics
ISS - Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Centro Nazionale per la Ricerca e la Valutazione preclinica e clinica dei Farmaci

CANADA

Ontario
TORONTO

CANADA

Ontario
TORONTO

FRANCE

ILE-DE-FRANCE
PARIS

Funded by an IRDiRC memberSTaHR : Stimulation of Targeted Homologous Recombination for Gene Therapy - FR
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Laboratoire Structure et Instabilité des Génomes - INSERM U1154 - CNRS 7196

FRANCE

PAYS DE LA LOIRE
NANTES

Funded by an IRDiRC memberFROGH : FRench Regional Origins in Genetics for Health - FR
Institut de Recherche en Santé - Université de Nantes
L'Institut du thorax - Inserm UMR 1087 / CNRS UMR 6291

JAPAN

JAPAN
TOKYO

Funded by an IRDiRC memberFormation of integrated omics analysis base of refractory diseases in children and perinatal period
National Center for Child Health and Development
Research Institute

UNITED STATES

Washington
ADDRESS: NOT PROVIDED - US

Funded by an IRDiRC memberA powerful web-based discovery platform for rare disease genetics
Institution: Information not provided - US

Multicentric Research projects