E-Rare Collab Project Awarded

Scientists hoping that through interdisciplinary collaboration they will further the understanding of the clinical, genetic, and molecular background of Usher syndrome have been awarded an E-Rare Collab Project to further their research.

The research will provide a valuable contribution to possible treatment approaches for Ushers Syndrome. What’s the primary objective? The European research team aims to improve the quality of life for Usher patients.

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Posted March 15, 2014
By Jacque
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