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Zooming-In on What Matters: Education. Connection. Hope.

Posted on April 16, 2021   |   

March 2020. LAMposium as we know it is cancelled. May 2020. LAMposium in Your Living Room goes viral. Whoops, that is, virtual.

Last spring, when it became clear to us that we would not be gathering as a LAM community in Cincinnati, we at the Foundation quickly shifted our focus to designing virtual experiences that would capture the key elements of our beloved LAMposium. It is this vision that frames our virtual educational series, Read More

Topics: LAMposium in Your Living Room        Categories: Educational Resources

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Author: Rosalie Giesel

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The LAM Foundation 2019 Achievements

Posted on January 13, 2020   |   

With the generous support of donors, volunteers, and the broader LAM community, The LAM Foundation continues to pursue new milestones in LAM research, patient support, and access to expert care. The collective efforts of scientists, clinicians, and patients through Foundation programs provide a source of hope for individuals affected by this rare and devastating disease. In 2019, we strategically built upon proven methods of progress while also innovating to maximize new technologies and opportunities.

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The LAM Foundation 2019 Grant Awardees

Posted on January 06, 2020   |   

The LAM Foundation is proud to announce our 2019 Grant Award winners, which this year resulted in funding three LAM research projects. We are also pleased to announce three additional “Seed Grants” this year for a total of $410,000. The Penn Medicine Orphan Disease Center also announced the winner of the 2019 Million Dollar Bike Ride Research Grant Award. Thanks to The LAM Foundation’s Easy Breathers Cycling Team and all those who donated to the Million Dollar Bike Ride, one LAM researcher received a grant award of $72,704. This was the sixth consecutive year for the MDBR, which has awarded more than $592,000 to LAM research projects.

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