RESEARCH

The OIF Geisman Grant

The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation (OIF) awards Michael Geisman Fellowship grants to post-doctoral trainees who are currently working on projects with clear relevance to OI, or who have projects that will enable them to develop expertise in OI research. Investigators from other countries than the USA, can also apply. The application cycle is now open and…

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Dr. Brendan LeeRESEARCH

Fresolimumab – a potential therapy for OI

In OIFE Magazine 2-2021 we published an interview with Brendan Lee, M.D. Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas about research on the potential therapy Fresolimumab (TGFb). Who are you and what is your relationship to OI? I am a pediatrician and clinical geneticist who has engaged in basic, translational, and clinical research in skeletal…

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EDITORIALS

More than just a survey!

We know you hate surveys. We truly do. Every time you buy an object, order take away, online grocery or come home from a holiday, you get a survey. Are you happy? Unhappy? Do you have something to complain about? Would you like to recommend our app? Do a review? Please, please, please provide us…

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CONFERENCES

Call for abstracts for IntOI 2020+1

IntOI 2020+1: Virtual International OI Meeting Early-Stage Investigator Symposium September 9, 2021 | 11:00am – 4:00pm EDT (GMT-04:00) Chaired by Dr. Joan Marini of the National Institutes of Health, this is an interim International OI meeting pending the return of in-person meetings, with the postponement of the International OI meeting to 2022. The presentation focus…

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Webinar Topaz & OI researchRESEARCH

Webinar: Topaz Trial & OI research

Come join us on June 8th for a webinar with an update about the TOPAZ trial and OI-research. The event is hosted by the university of Edinburgh and OIFE is one of the contributors together with the Brittle Bone Society. Register for free here Read more about the TOPAZ trial in the OIFE Magazine

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The OIF’s Young Investigator Symposium

The OI Foundation is seeking abstract submissions from young investigators working in the field of osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) and/or rare bone disease research to be presented at the 2020 OIF Young Investigator Symposium. Time Tuesday, November 17 from 5pm-8pm EST (23.00 – 02.00 CET). Abstract deadline Abstracts are due by October 1. More information on…

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