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Endometriosis Foundation of America:
Our Commitment to Research

Research

Advancing endometriosis research is one of EndoFound’s primary goals.

To fulfil our commitment to research, we provide grants through our annual grant cycle, form research partnerships, and list current research participation opportunities on our website. We believe in investigating a wide range of topics, from the social impact of endometriosis to the cellular and molecular make-up of the disease. We believe that this holistic approach is the best way that the healthcare community and patients can better understand the disease, improve care, and alleviate suffering.

To help further our efforts, please consider donating to endometriosis research today.  We thank you for your support.

 

Researcher Spotlight Interviews

Researcher Spotlight Interviews

EndoFound supports a wide range of innovative research studies that aim to develop better strategies in diagnosing and treating endometriosis. These studies encompass many different topics, from the social impact of the disease to the molecular…

EndoFound Research Grants

EndoFound Research Grants

Endometriosis Foundation of America 2018 Endometriosis Research awards

EndoFound Research Partnerships

EndoFound Research Partnerships

The ROSE Study: Defining the Genetic Components of Endometriosis EndoFound supports the Research OutSmarts Endometriosis (ROSE) Study at Northwell's Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. ROSE seeks to identify genetic markers associated…

Research Participation Opportunities

Research Participation Opportunities

Purpose: A team of committeed Feinstein Institute researchers and professionals are conducting the Research OutSmarts Endometriosis (ROSE) study. The goal of the ROSE study is to investigate the causes of endometriosis and bring improved diagnostics…

The ROSE Study (Research Outsmarts Endometriosis)

The ROSE Study (Research Outsmarts Endometriosis)

About the Study:  If you’re a woman living with endometriosis, or you suspect you might have it and are scheduled to have surgical treatment, you may be eligible to participate in the ROSE Study. Your immediate family (siblings,…