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Press Releases from Hyper IgM Foundation, Inc. (5 total)

Hyper IgM Foundation Announces $30,000 In Research Grants:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 21, 2020. The Hyper IgM Foundation is proud to announce the availability of seed grant funding for researchers interested in the advancement of a cure for Hyper IgM Syndrome. The intent of these grants is to accelerate scientific work focused on improving the treatment, quality of life, and long-term outlook for patients with Hyper IgM. Special consideration will be given to well-defined projects focused on gene

Hyper IgM Foundation founders launch $15,000 fundraising campaign in honor of th …

Hyper IgM Foundation founders, Akiva and Amanda Zablocki, launch $15,000 fundraising campaign in honor of their son's 3rd Transplantversary. Idan Zablocki will celebrate the 3rd birthday of his new immune system on July 19th, one day before his actual 7th birthday. While Idan no longer needs to worry about germs and infections and can live a normal life, the Zablockis continue to dedicate their time and resources to finding a cure

Hyper IgM Foundation Announces $25,000 In Research Grants:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 19, 2019. The Hyper IgM Foundation is proud to announce the availability of seed grant funding for researchers interested in the advancement of a cure for Hyper IgM Syndrome and primary immunodeficiency disorders. The intent of these grants is to accelerate scientific work focused on improving the treatment, quality of life, and long-term outlook for patients with Hyper IgM. Special consideration will be given to well-defined projects

The Hyper IgM Foundation Presents $15,000 Grant to Dr. Antonio Condino-Neto at U …

NEW YORK, New York—The Hyper IgM Foundation is delighted to announce it has awarded $15,000 to Dr. Antonio Condino-Neto at University of São Paulo, Brazil, to support research into Novel Immunopathological Mechanisms of X-Linked Hyper IgM Syndrome. These funds will support the continued work in search of additional treatments for X-Linked Hyper IgM Syndrome (X-HIGM). Currently, the only known cure for X-HIGM is a stem cell transplant. There are no curative

Hyper IgM Foundation Research Grants:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 05, 2018. The Hyper IgM Foundation is proud to announce the availability of seed grant funding for researchers interested in the advancement of a cure for Hyper IgM Syndrome and primary immunodeficiency disorders. The intent of these grants is to accelerate scientific work focused on improving the treatment, quality of life, and long-term outlook for patients with Hyper IgM. Special consideration will be given to well-defined projects

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