CLF Funded Research

GROUND-BREAKING QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH

In 2006, Dr. Marie-France Demierre collaborated with the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation on an extremely important study related to patients’ health-related quality of life.

RESEARCH DISCOVERS CTCL INCIDENCE RISING IN United States

In 2007, the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation has funded an important epidemiology study that shows that the number of new cases of CTCL has doubled.

EPIDEMIOLOGY CHARACTERIZATION SYNONYMS CTCL

Research supported by the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation related to familial occurrences of mycosis fungoides.

Funded Research

The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation is pleased to support groundbreaking cutaneous lymphoma research and researchers.

Research Awards Program

In recent years, more attention, funding and science has been devoted to cutaneous lymphoma research than ever before. The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation has been a strong partner to researchers who are a driving force behind this change.

Young Investigator Award

The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation offers two Young Investigator Awards each year to new physicians and scientists in the field of cutaneous lymphoma research.

CLARIONS Grant Program

In March 2012, the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation’s Board of Directors approved a new Research Awards Program, the first dedicated exclusively to funding cutaneous lymphoma research. Its signature funding initiative was the CLARIONS Grant Program.

Cutaneous Lymphoma Catalyst Grant

In August 2019, the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation’s Board of Directors approved a new Research Awards Program, the Cutaneous Lymphoma Catalyst Research Grant, which is dedicated exclusively to funding cutaneous lymphoma research.