The Iranian minister of health authorized Tehran Medical University (TUMS) to establish the national strategic plan for rare diseases in cooperation with Rare Diseases Foundation of Iran
Researchers at Danish Project iPSYCH & the Broad Institute in USA have found a common genetic risk for autism. The discovery means the determination of genes by separating the diagnosis groups and making more exact diagnoses will be accessible in the future.
A study carried out by iPSYCH shows that particular genetic variants in the human genome that are important for the development of the brain early in the life of the fetus are frequently found in psychiatric disorders.
IUMS was appreciated for its collaboration in organizing RADOIR’s scientific seminar at the 10th International Congress on the Occasion of Rare Disease Day.
RADOIR 10th Rare Disease Day with the theme, “Rare but Not Alone!” was held in March 2nd, 2019 at International Razi Conference Center (IRCC).
On the occasion of Rare Disease Day 2019, a scientific seminar was held with the presence of the academic professionals & students at 10th RDOIR’s Rare Diseases Congress.
The 1st workshop about “Rare Diseases Foundation of Iran” was held for health experts in Feb. 20th, 2019.