The TSC Alliance has partnered with Clinical Trial Connect to develop a user-friendly Clinical Trial Finder Tool to help individuals and families affected by TSC participate in relevant clinical trials. You can find the tool on our website. Are you conducting a study involving patients with TSC that is not listed in the online tool? Contact Zoë Fuchs, TSC Alliance Science Project Coordinator, at email@example.com.
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The TSC Alliance has resumed biosample collection and is able to consent patients for the project via a 20-minute phone call. In coordination with a national mobile phlebotomy service the TSC Alliance can collect blood samples from anyone in the United States with TSC. If you see patients who may be interested in participating in this project please download and share our study flyer. Learn More
UPDATE: The Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), in coordination with NIH and Operation Warp Speed, has launched a central web portal called Combat COVID (combatcovid.hhs.gov/).
The TSC Alliance is collecting clinical information about individuals with TSC who were infected with COVID-19. Please circulate the following to your patients:
Although COVID-19 is delaying many aspects of academic research, the TSC Alliance can help you prepare to launch your research forward as soon as this public health crisis passes. We can review and approve your applications for biosample use in advance so samples may be shipped as soon as is permissible by your institution.
Mark your calendars now for the 2021 Virtual International TSC & LAM Conference, co-hosted by the TSC Alliance and The LAM Foundation, scheduled for October 28-30, 2021. The conference will focus on structured, collaborative discussions on groundbreaking topics, such as:
June 17-19, 2021 | Royal College of Physicians | Virtual The International Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Research Conference 2021: A Vision for the Future will take place virtually across three days.
This fellowship opportunity is open to MD, PhD, or MD/PhD applicants. Areas of potential research include but are not limited to: iPSC derived neuronal modelling of TSC, characterization of the natural history of TSC, and development of endpoints for clinical trials in TSC.