The SIOLD core panel works at improving strategies for the diagnosis and management of these complex disorders, especially among the various Swiss University Centres of respiratory medicine.

Health professionals

With a network of 200 pulmonary physicians participating to case reporting, the SIOLD Registries constitute an efficient recruitment tool for clinical, genetic, and epidemiological research on interstitial and orphan pulmonary diseases. The SIOLD Registries are open for collaboration with national and international partners and institutions.

The SIOLD core panel works at improving strategies for the diagnosis and management of these complex disorders, especially among the various Swiss University Centres in pulmonary medicine.

You will find on this site a list of ongoing studies, a list of rare lung diseases recorded, and additional information for patients, their families, and health professionals.

To report a case to the SIOLD Registries, you need to be identified as a participating physician by contacting SIOLD. Participation is free and open to all swiss respiratory physicians. Reporting a case requires only one minute. Participants are welcome to submit study proposals and use the recruitment tool for research purpose.

 Last updated on 22/06/2020 at 15:19