Funding for RECOVER comes from three CF charities, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) in the US – our main funder, Cystic Fibrosis Trust in the UK, and Cystic Fibrosis Ireland (CFI). The total funding awarded to RECOVER is in excess of €3million. The application for funding for RECOVER went through a rigorous process of review by independent international experts (peer review) to ensure that the project was of sufficient quality to deliver on its aims, and of sufficient importance to the lives of people with CF.
We are enormously grateful to our funders, who’s support will enable us to gather really important information about how the new triple combination therapy will impact on people living with CF.
We are the world’s leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. Our mission is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead long, fulfilling lives by funding research and drug development, partnering with the CF community, and advancing high-quality, specialised care.
We are a charity dedicated to fighting for a life unlimited by CF for everyone affected by the disease. Our mission is to create a world where being born with CF no longer means a lifelong burden of care and an early death, when everyone living with the condition will be able to look forward to a long, healthy life.
We invest in innovative research projects in a wide range of areas to help us achieve our goal. We have a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to funding research, encouraging international experts in the field of CF to collaborate to resolve key challenges, training and developing the brightest and the best early career researchers and developing a wide range of collaborations across the academic, hospital, biotech and pharmaceutical sectors.
We are a voluntary organisation whose aim is and has always been to improve the treatment and facilities for people with CF in Ireland. Our mission is to assist the development of the means to cure and control CF, to promote the interests and welfare of persons with CF in Ireland and to assume advocacy for these individuals and their needs resultant from their having CF.