Since 1972, we have been supporting basic science and pre-clinical research to expand our understanding of bleeding disorders.
The CDA funds innovative research studies in bleeding disorders carried out at the sub cellular, cellular, animal or human/patient levels.
Our grants help sustain recipients' research and contribute to their retention in bleeding disorders investigation.
We seek innovative projects that promote the development of novel technologies and/or therapies to advance the field of bleeding disorders research.
We support nursing research and clinical projects focused on bleeding disorders care.
We support physical therapy research and clinical projects related to the care of people with bleeding disorders.
We support social work research into the care of people with bleeding disorders.
Our goal is to increase diversity among benign hematologists by fostering a career-long interest in inherited bleeding disorders.