RI USH SIG – Spring Newsletter

Retina International Usher Syndrome Special Interest Group Spring Newsletter – Update on events & news relevant during the COVID-19 pandemic RI USH SIG Dominique Sturz (AT), Melissa Chaikof (US), Carol Brill (IRL), Dario Sorgato (IT) We hope that you are all fine and healthy despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

School: workshops and talks

There is no better way of transforming our vision into reality than starting from children and teenagers. We offer workshops and talks to students of all grades, from elementary to high schools.

QR-421a: Showing Benefits on One out of Four Usher Syndrome patients

Original article on AP News QR-421a showed early and encouraging evidence of activity, with 25% of patients showing a benefit across multiple concordant outcome measures and was well tolerated with no serious adverse events — QR-421a is the second ophthalmology program where clinical activity was predicted by translational models, further validating the platform — COVID-19 pandemic expected to impact timelines for the pipeline — ProQR anticipates its cash runway will fund operations into H2 2022 LEIDEN, Netherlands & CAMBRIDGE, Mass.,

Appennino Slow

Non-profit tour operators, for 21 years “with” and “for” the territory. Lovers of their land, living breathe it every day.