Be Part of this Effort
Traditional research funding avenues have helped us over the years to develop many of the concepts on which Innate Repair is based. If you are interested in a historical account of our research, spanning different countries and even continents, click on the link below:
But they are not optimal, any more, in order for us to achieve our ultimate goal: To improve patient benefit in a wide variety of diseases, based on our unique knowledge.
And here is why.
They have their own remit and this is shaped by the overall direction that science is taking at each moment in time. This makes it difficult to find traditional support for highly original ideas. It is much easier to find support if you follow the "fad" and much harder if you are working on something completely novel.
There is another reason, especially relevant in Academic funding mechanisms:
Tradition dictates that a scientist is expected to be working on one organ, or one tissue, or one cell type, or one disease. But, we work on one (completely new) molecular mechanism that is relevant to many different organs, tissues, cell types, and diseases.
Trust us (but verify) - this is seen as an impediment rather than an enormous advantage.
We need not despair. There are many people who recognize this shortcoming and are willing to support our efforts and see them do good. Here are a few ways by which you can help see this brand new science integrate into existing research, drug discovery, and therapeutic programs:
Are you a Researcher?
We will help you integrate our knowledge into your research programs, as we have been doing for years to all who have found use for it.
Are you an Industry Professional?
Are you an entrepreneur or investor?
Development is sped up when there is interest - we understand this. We can work together.
Are you a Foundation?
If our goal of improving health through innovative work fits your general remit, we can work together.
Are you a patient?
We will give you all the information you need, in the most lay or technical ways you may require and you can assess our position, together with your patient advocacy group. Get us in touch, let us explain what we do.