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Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Research

Investing in cutting-edge research into transformational therapies and better treatments is a vital part of our fight for a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis.

Cystic Fibrosis Trust Microscope in a labOnly half of those with cystic fibrosis will live to see their 40th birthday. Over the last 50 years, we have been committed to funding the cutting-edge research that has paved the way for the treatments that are available to people today. We are one of the largest funders of research into cystic fibrosis in the UK, and people with the condition are now living longer and healthier lives than every before.

As people with cystic fibrosis are living longer, complications such as CF-related diabetes and osteoporosis are becoming more prevalent, and there is more pressure on adult clinical services. We are therefore supporting greater investment in research projects and training clinicians to help people with cystic fibrosis live longer and healthier lives, unlimited by the condition.

Our wide range of research grants offers support to scientists at every stage in their careers, helping us to attract and retain the brightest and best scientific minds into a career in cystic fibrosis research.

Find out more about the areas of research happening right now, and what we're funding, including details for applying to our schemes. Read our Research Strategy to find out about our priorities for the coming years.



Brighter futures

Find out how far care and treatment have come, meaning people with CF are living longer and healthier lives than ever before!

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Research areas

Researchers are investigating a range of issues related to cystic fibrosis, from transplants to bacterial infections and gene therapy.

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Clinical trials

Clinical trials are an integral part of developing new treatments for cystic fibrosis. Find out more about how they are used in the development of new treatments.

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