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We are clinicians, scientists and patient advocates working together to understand GnRH deficiency and to improve patient care.
This grant is devoted to developing an international network of clinicians and investigators in the fields of reproductive medicine and neuroscience. Specifically we aim to explore the causes of GnRH deficiency, including Kallmann syndrome. Broadly, this project is intended to foster new collaborative relationships, attract and develop young investigators in the field, accelerate the pace of scientific discovery, educate patients and translate these findings to improved patient care.
Our funding is from the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST).