The Mito Foundation engages in partnerships with other funding bodies in order to fund ground breaking research and medical projects. Mito Foundation Partnership Grants enable highly experienced national and international researchers and medical professionals to carry out initiatives that will effectively either improve clinical care for mitochondrial disease (mito) patients, increase the rate of diagnosis or develop treatments, prevention strategies and cures for mitochondrial disorders.
Funded Partnership Grants
Utility of FGF21 and GDF15 as Diagnostic and Prognostic Biomarkers
01/03/2016 → 01/10/2019
Mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders (MRCD) are a group of disorders often causing multi-system disease. Diagnosis is often difficult and requires…
Leigh Syndrome International Consortium
01/07/2019 → 30/06/2025
The Leigh Syndrome International Consortium is a patient-driven research network that will establish global best practices of care for Leigh…
1. Research must be focused on primary mitochondrial disease.
2. All application information must be submitted.