Grants & Publications

Eyes on the Future as part of the global RDH12 Alliance is seeding science all over the world to advance the development of a treatment for those affected by RDH12 Inherited Retinal Dystrophy. 

Here a list of the main grants given by the Global RDH12 Alliance (Eyes on the Future, RDH12 Fund for Sight, Candle in the Dark) since 2010: 

Grant for pre-clinical work for RDH12 gene therapy (viral/ non viral) – RDH12 Fund for Sight

Grant to explore new models to bring gene therapy for ultrarare to patients – RDH12 Fund for Sight

Grant for pre-clinical work for RDH12 gene therapy – Candle in the Dark

First ever scientific conference on RDH12 with participation from academia, industry, patients, charities, regulators.

3 years grant then extended to a 4th year to develop in vitro and animal RDH12 disease models, study the RDH12 disease mechanism and test potential compounds to slow down the sight progression  – Eyes on the Future/ Through Vicky’s Eyes in partnership with Retina UK and Moorfields Eye Charity

Support to the UPenn RDH12 Natural History Study – RDH12 Fund for Sight

2 editions of the global RDH12 landscape study – Eyes on the Future/ Through Vicky’s Eyes

Grant for pre-clinical RDH12 gene therapy including mouse model – RDH12 Fund for Sight

Early seed grant – Candle in the Dark

Early seed grant for pre-clinical RDH12 gene therapy – RDH12 Fund for Sight

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