Geisman GrantRESEARCH

Apply now for the Geisman grant

The Michael Geisman Fellowship Grant program awards funding to post-doctoral trainees who are currently working on projects with clear relevance to osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), or who have projects that will enable them to develop expertise in OI research. Applicant Requirements: Applicant must hold an MD, DDS, DO, or PhD, and be appointed at the level…

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Ted Trahan OIFMEMBERS

Meet OIFE delegate Ted Trahan, USA

My name is Ted Trahan. I am married to Sharon, and we have two adult children, Greg and Käthe. Greg has OI and we are excited to share that he is recently engaged to Natalie, who also has OI. I am one of the OIFE delegates of the associate member organization OIF in the USA.…

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OIFE

New Pain and OI survey – Deadline April 1

The OI Foundation and the OIFE have partnered on a new project investigating the experience of pain for people with OI. The following survey investigates the experience of pain for people with OI. This survey is for anyone 18 years old or older and was written with input from OI experts from North America and…

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Travel Grant for OI2022

Osteogenesis Imperfecta Federation Europe (OIFE), The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation and The Brittle Bone Society (UK & Ireland) are offering a travel grant for the OI2022 conference in Sheffield, UK which takes place from Aug 30th – Sep 2nd 2022.  Healthcare professionals and researchers working in a low or middle-income country can apply to come to…

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OIFE

Pain & OI Project started

On January 25th 2022 we organized the kick-off of the Pain & OI project, which is a collaboration between the OIFE and the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation (USA) and a group of dedicated professionals who have experience on pain management, pain research and/or pain & OI. We had 21 participants from 10 different countries at the…

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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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OIFE

We did it together!

The Impact Survey is now closed! We are very happy to announce that with the tremendous help of organizations and individuals around the world, we reached our ambitious goal of more than 2200 responses from 66 countries! More details to come. Thank you to the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation, to Wickenstones and Mereo Biopharma for support…

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How to fill the knowledge gaps in OI

On September 4th the Brittle Bone Society had their annual conference online. OIFE was represented by Ingunn Westerheim, who gave a talk together with Dr Laura Tosi and Tracy Hart from the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation on how we can fill the many knowledge gaps we have in OI. The talk tried to explain how people…

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CONFERENCES

OIF Investigator Meeting

Summary by Ingunn Westerheim, Dr Oliver Semler and Dr Lars Folkestad The OIF investigator Meeting is normally held in Chicago, but took place online on April 15th 2021. OIF Investigator Meeting The program chair this year was Dr Deborah Krakow who is Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UCLA. This…

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