We are delighted to announce a third Call to Application. We are looking to fund further projects that will help find a cure and/or a treatment for any of the three types of myotubular myopathy (congenital X-linked recessive; congenital autosomal recessive; autosomal dominant), focusing on research that would not generally be funded by public or industrial funding sources. Our third Call will be open to research bodies internationally, for the first time.
To date, we have awarded research grants / fellowships for the following European projects:
- Gene therapy for x-linked myotubular myopathy and pathophysiology – Dr Anna Buj Bello, Genethon, Evry.
- Membrane trafficking and T tubule structure and function in a canine model of centronuclear myopathies – Dr Richard Piercy, Royal Veterinary College, London
- Deciphering the molecular pathway involving centronuclear myopathy genes – Manuela D’Alessandro, IGBMC, Illkirch
In particular we would like to encourage the application of new technologies to research into myotubular myopathy, which may involve collaboration between different medical disciplines and / or different research institutions. We are also willing to consider applications which involve joint funding with other organisations.
Please see our Research Programme & Grants Information Page to read more and download an application form.