Germany

Munich - Germany
Home of the Care-for-Rare Alliance

Turkey

Kayseri - Turkey
Network genetic diseases of the blood and immune system

Iran

Teheran, Isfahan - Iran
Rare diseases of the immune system

France

Paris - France
Zebrafish models of rare diseases, congenital neutropenia

Egypt

Alexandria - Egypt
Reference Center for Primary Immunodeficiency diseases

Pakistan

Karachi - Pakistan
Monogenetic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

Oman

Muscat - Oman
Monogenetic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

India

Mumbai, Bangalore - India
Monogenetic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

Marocco

Casablanca - Marocco
Awareness-Programm for immunodeficiency disorders

Lebanon

Beirut - Lebanon
Rare disorders of the immune system

Israel

Tel Aviv - Israel
Alliance for blood and immune disorders and joint Academy for physician-scientists

Austria

Vienna - Austria
Mouse models of rare diseases and development of novel therapies

USA

Boston – USA
International Care-for-Rare IBD Alliance for children with inflammatory bowel diseases

Canada

Toronto-Canada
International Care-for-Rare IBD Alliance for children with inflammatory bowel diseases

Thailand

Bangkok-Thailand
Awareness-Program for immunodeficiency disorders and South East Asian alliance

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia
Awareness-Program for immunodeficiency disorders and South East Asian alliance

Care-for-Rare Alliances

 

Der
direkte Weg
zu Ihrer
Spende

 

Die Care-for-Rare Allianz ist ein großes Netzwerk aus Ärzten und Wissenschaftlern, die sich der Vision der Stiftung verschrieben haben – weltweit alle Kinder mit seltenen Krankheiten zu heilen. Sie arbeiten in Kinderkliniken oder an wissenschaftlichen Instituten und unterstützen so die Mission der Stiftung: Kinder mit seltenen Krankheiten zu behandeln, die Ursachen der Krankheiten zu entschlüsseln und Therapien zu entwickeln. Das Mutterschiff der Care-for Rare Allianzen ist das Care-for-Rare Zentrum an der Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität.

“I have known Prof. Christoph Klein since the year 2003 when he visited Oman for the first time looking for a research partner. Since then to date, Prof Klein and C4R was the most active research partner/mentor I have ever met. C4R has greatly contributed to the Department, the Hospital and the Whole Oman concerning rare diseases. Its role was pivotal in developing and standardizing our labs."

Prof. Yasser Wali
MD Paed, FRCPCH (UK) Head, Child Health Department
In-Charhge, Pediatric Hematology Services
Sultan Qaboos University Hospital, Muscat, Oman
yawali@squ.edu.om

 

Unsere Partner

Boston – USA:
International Care-for-Rare IBD Alliance for children with inflammatory bowel diseases

Boston Children's Hospital, Laboratory for Mucosal Immunology
Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition
300 Longwood Ave., Enders 676
Boston, MA 02115

Dr. Scott Snapper
Web: http://dms.hms.harvard.edu/immunology/fac/Snapper.php

Toronto – Canada:
International Care-for-Rare IBD Alliance for children with inflammatory bowel diseases

Sick Kids - The Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dr. Aleixo Muise
Web: http://www.sickkids.ca/AboutSickKids/Directory/People/M/Aleixo-Muise.html

Vienna – Austria:
Mouse models of rare diseases and development of novel therapies

Institute of Molecular Biotechnology Vienna, Austria
Dr. Bohr-Gasse 3
1030 Wien
Austria

Prof. Dr. Josef Penninger
Web: http://www.imba.oeaw.ac.at/research/josef-penninger

Paris – France:
Zebrafish models of rare diseases, congenital neutropenia

Institut Pasteur, Paris
Department of Developmental & Stem Cell Biology,

Contact: Prof. Philippe Herbomel

Kayseri – Turkey:
Network genetic diseases of the blood and immune system

Erciyes University,
Faculty of Medicine,
Department of Pediatrics,
Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology,
Fevzi MERCAN children Hospital
38039, Kayseri,
Turkey

Dr. Ekrem Ünal
Web: http://aves.erciyes.edu.tr/ENG/SorguKimlikBilgileri.aspx?Sorgu=7379

Beirut – Lebanon:
Rare disorders of the immune system

American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Contact: Dr. Miguel Abboud, American University of Beirut

Web: http://staff.aub.edu.lb/~webped/contact.html

Tel Aviv – Israel:
Alliance for blood and immune disorders and joint Academy for physician-scientists

Sheba Medical Center

Dr. Raz Somach

Web: http://eng.sheba.co.il/

Casablanca – Morocco:
Awareness-Program for immunodeficiency disorders

Casablanca Children Hospital
Clinical Immunology Unit
Ibn Rochd Medical School
King Hassan II University
Casablanca, Morocco

Dr. Aziz Bousfiha

Web: http://www.asid.ma/asid-board

Mumbai – India:
Monogenic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

B J Wadia Hospital for Children
Mumbai
India

Dr. Mukesh M Desai

Web: http://www.wadiahospital.org/bjbwh

Karachi – Pakistan:
Monogenic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

National Insitute of Blood Disorders and Bone Marrow Transplantation
Karachi
Pakistan

Dr. Tahir Shamsi

Web: http://www.nibd.edu.pk/ContactUs.php

Muscat – Oman:
Monogenic diseases of the Blood and Immune System

Sultan Qabbos University
College of Medicine and Health Services
Muscat
Oman

Yasser Wali

Web: http://www.squ.edu.om/tabid/6788/language/en-US/Default.aspx

Bangkok – Thailand:
Awareness-Program for immunodeficiency disorders and South East Asian alliance

Chulalongkorn University
Faculty of Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
Bangkok, 10330
Thailand

Kanya Suphapeetiporn, MD, PhD, FABMG
Head of Genetics and Metabolism Unit

Teheran, Isfahan – Iran:
Rare diseases of the immune system

Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Tehran
Iran

Nima Rezaei, MD, PhD

Web: http://tums.ac.ir/faculties/rezaei_nima

St. Alzahra University Hospital
Isfahan
Iran

Roya Sherkat

Web: http://idrc.mui.ac.ir/members/council-policy/488-royasherkat.html

Alexandria – Egypt:
Alliance for Pimary Immunodeficiency Diseases

Alexandria Faculty of Medicine
Alexandria
Egypt

Mohamed El-Zalabany

 

Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia:
Awareness-Program for immunodeficiency disorders and South East Asian alliance

The National University of Malaysia & South East Asia Primary Immunodeficiencies Network

Medical Center
Pediatric Department
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Dr. Adli Bin Ali
Clinical Lecturer and Paediatrician & Coordinator SEAPID