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RARESummit 2019 – Patients as partners

RARESummit 2019 – Patients as partners

Wellcome Genome Campus hosts CRDN RARESummit 19PASSION LED US HERE A crisp, bright September morning in the calming woodland setting of the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge welcomed a chattering, excited collection of rare disease stakeholders from across the UK and...

CRDN Companies Forum 2020: Connecting the dots

CRDN Companies Forum 2020: Connecting the dots

Can CRDN's Companies Forum 2020 connect the dots? Active stakeholders in the rare disease forum are all too aware of the complex landscape that surrounds the development of treatments for such conditions. From small patient populations and lack of real-world evidence...

CRDN host a rare stage at Health Horizons, Cambridge

CRDN host a rare stage at Health Horizons, Cambridge

CRDN brings the RARE voice to major life sciences eventCambridge Biotech week,  25th - 28th of June 2019,  was a brand new festival of events launched by the Global Innovation Forum designed to accelerate scientific ideas and support investment and growth for...

2019 Rare Disease Day Cambridge Lecture

2019 Rare Disease Day Cambridge Lecture

Put over 150 passionate and motivated people together to talk about rare disease research and you can expect a fascinating evening.  That’s just what happened at the recent public evening, hosted by Cambridge Rare Disease Network in collaboration with the NIHR...

Pint of Science Festival welcomes rare disease!

Pint of Science Festival welcomes rare disease!

CRDN hosts a rare disease themed pub for the annual international pint of science festival... Pint of Science is a non-profit organisation that brings some of the most brilliant scientists to your local pub to discuss their latest research and findings with you. In...

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