The International Research Consortium (IRC) has a multitude of research opportunities available to students who are looking to secure grant monies. The grant program will center around writing about and researching topics relating to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). Current research into the causes and treatments of CRPS are typically being led by governmental agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States, and the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in the United Kingdom.
The FDA and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are currently working together quite closely to better understand patient engagement of those suffering from rare diseases. Research papers such as this, outline our current strategy and article profile in the current medical research space. These collaborations across national borders help institutes such as the IRC to forward the progress in better understanding and treating rare diseases such as CRPS. The IRC is at the forefront of the global initiative to better
understand and treat Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and to that end, we are building a worldwide consortium that works with many other organizations to combine research and patient integration to more effectively treat this syndrome.
Here at the IRC, we plan to have a very robust research and publication program and we are looking for interested students and scholars to join this initiative. If you would like to be notified of future availability of the IRC’s grant programs relating to CRPS, please contact X via email at x@x, or call (123) 456-7891.
The International Research Consortium (IRC) is a recently formed organization whose goal is to promote research directed at relieving the pain and disability, prevention, and ultimately, the cure of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) – a rare chronic pain condition.
Our members belong to over 50 research laboratories around the world. Here they can collaborate and compare findings to further CRPS research.