The Anne Maurer-Cecchini Foundation was created in memory of Anne Maurer-Cecchini who had chosen to devote herself to research on
neglected tropical diseases that mainly or exclusively affect poor populations living in tropical areas.
The purpose of this state-approved foundation, created in Aubonne (Canton of Vaud, Switzerland) in 2009, is to support research on neglected tropical diseases
by rewarding, in principle every 2 years, a clinical or epidemiological research project carried out on these diseases, in order to enable its continuation.
Information on the Foundation, committees and statutes |>> The Foundation |
If you or your team of researchers have conducted clinical research on a neglected tropical disease that may qualify for the award, see
details here on the terms and conditions of the next Award |>> The award |
The history of the Foundation, main facts | >>History |
The previous awards (from 2010 on) | >> Previous awards |
If you want to contribute to the Foundation objectives and make a
If you knew Anne or want to know more about her |>>Who Anne was |
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