Research

At the CGD Society, the research we fund is cutting-edge. It is an exciting area for CGD-affected individuals but for millions of other people, too. Research into single-gene deficiencies like CGD can yield results that can also shed light on how other genetic disorders work.

Whether you are a researcher or a layperson looking for more information on groundbreaking work into CGD, or an academic looking to apply for a grant, we are here to help.

CGD research in lay terms

CGD research in lay terms

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CGDS grants

CGDS grants

The research that we at the CGD Society give money for is multi-faceted. Our overall aims for the research we fund are to save lives, develop a cure, find better treatments, and improve outcomes, diagnosis and care.

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Publications

Publications

CGDS firmly believes that ‘knowledge is power’ when it comes to finding new treatments and a cure for CGD. We encourage the researchers we fund to present their work at scientific forums around the world and in prestigious journals so that information can be shared widely to speed up research.

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Apply for a grant

Apply for a grant

The research the CGD Society (CGDS) funds is at the cutting edge, often exploring solutions that will take many years to refine and apply clinically.

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Clinical trials

Clinical trials

The world of research into CGD never stays still. As you read this, there are clinical trials taking place right across the globe that will benefit CGD-affected people.

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The registries

The registries

In 1999 there was no central source of information in the UK about the CGD population, the problems patients face or the success of different treatments. But the CGD Society has helped to establish a comprehensive database - or registry - as a hub for such data.

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