Care for all children with rare diseases

Many Children are living with a rare disease. The children's rare disease organization 501(c)3 was created in order to fund research of children's rare diseases in an effort to find a cure or treatment.

Unmet Medical Need

The complex challenges facing these children and families deserve attention and demand innovative responses.

Limited Research

Funding for research is limited slowing down the understanding and potential cure for these rare diseases.

Professional Support

Based on the scientific evaluation of the research area of the proposals, we offer free fundings to promote research studies.

Who We Are?

We Help

We help with strategies for druggability, manufacturing, nonclinical proof of concept and toxicity studies, clinical design, and regulatory pathway.

We Provide

We provide a free research fund to help you move faster.

We Work

We will work with you to achieve ultimate successful rare disease treatment.

About Us

The Organizations Board of Directors is composed of highly educated Ph.Ds. and M.D.s who have specific credentials and are qualified to evaluate research proposals and, based on the scientific evaluation of the research area of the proposals, determine which research studies to fund.

CFC No.: 89699

FAQ

How will you use the donated fund?

The organization funds mainly the research labs in the US. There will be no relationship between the Organization and the foreign recipient except the shared desire to support the shared mission. No foreign organization will accept earmarked contributions.

Where the fund is from?

Funding will come from fundraising efforts including personal solicitations from the board members to individuals in the medical profession, private foundations, public charities as well as fundraising events.

How do you ensure all the funds will be used properly?

How do you ensure all the funds will be used properly?

Each submission from a recipient will include an acknowledgment that the Organization has the authority to stop, withhold, and recover any funds provided if the recipient organization is deficient in demonstrating that all funds are used properly, and in a manner consistent with the purpose and intent of the funding. If the funds are misused, or appear to be misused, the recipient organization will be required to make restitution of any misused funds and must agree to this as a condition of the grant. Regular reports will be required for all funded programs.
Progress reports and final reports will include specific detailed explanations as to what the organization accomplished with the funds. In addition, the Organization may conduct site visits on future visits to verify that the funds are being used for its stated purposes.

How will you conduct a project?

How will you conduct a project?

The Organization will make grants to other organizations that conduct research into causes, cures, and treatments of rare children’s diseases. The recipient organizations will be required to submit a detailed proposal about their research study. The Organizations Board will review the proposal and determine whether to fund it. The recipient organization will have to submit progress reports and a written accounting to the Organization as to what, where, and how the granted funds were utilized.

Progress reports and final reports will include specific detailed explanations as to what the organization accomplished with the funds. In addition, the Organization may conduct site visits on future visits to verify that the funds are being used for its stated purposes.

Our Team

All board members have more than 20 years of drug development experience in the manufacturing, nonclinical and clinical areas.
Yan Bai

Yan Bai

M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Bai holds a Ph.D. degree in Epidemiology from Emory University, and a medical degree from Peking University Health Science Center. He had his post-doc training in Epidemiology from NIH. Dr. Bai has twenty years of experience in pharmacoepidemiology, clinical development, drug safety and cancer research with strong skills in epidemiology strategy, medical safety evaluation and understanding of the US and global pharmacovigilance processes. He is a regulatory expert in clinical oncology and endocrinology, and currently serves as a senior consultant in DataRevive USA LLC. Before that, He worked at Allergan Inc., Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Sanofi-Aventis, and Johnson & Johnson.

Julia Carrier

Julia Carrier

Ph.D.

Dr. Carrier holds a Ph.D. degree in Immunology from Emory University, and a bachelor of science from Peking University Health Science Center. She had her post-doc training in Immunology from Harvard University. Dr. Carrier has twenty years of experience in Immunology, nonclinical PK/PD and toxicology. She has extensive experience in nonclinical studies and study designs in oncology, infectious disease, liver disease, cardiology, and ophthalmology disease. She is a regulatory expert in nonclinical area and currently serves as a lead consultant in DataRevive USA LLC. Before that, she worked at Pfizer Centers for Therapeutic Innovation for many years as nonclinical lead.

Audrey Jia

Audrey Jia

M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Jia holds a Master degree in Bioscience Regulatory Affairs from Johns Hopkins University, and a Ph.D. degree in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics from Emory University. Prior to that, Dr. Jia obtained her medical degree from Peking University, and passed USMLE. Dr. Jia has 20 years of combined experience in biologic drug development and regulatory review. Dr. Jia spent 10 years working on biological product research and production in Pfizer, AbbVie and Protein Design Labs Inc. Additionally, Dr. Jia was a full-time senior CMC reviewer for IND/BLA review of biological products in US FDA. She performed numerous IND reviews, BLAs (including post approval reviews), and US/international cGMP pre-approval inspections (PAIs).

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