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The Cooper Trewin Memorial SUDC Research Fund is supporting SIDS and Kids to fund advocacy and Australian research into the cause of sudden and unexplained death in children. This undertaking alongside SIDS and Kids is currently a work in progress and both Leanne Raven and Karen Passey from SIDS and Kids are working towards establishing a relationship with a University and setting up a Research Grant.
In this area of the web page we will keep everybody up to date with the progress that has been made towards this, what research is being undertaken and the results of such research.
The Cooper Trewin Brighter Days Program to Validate a Genetic Screen for Sudden Unexplained Death in Pediatrics (SUDP)
One constant worry for parents after the sudden unexpected death of their child is what it might mean for their other children or their subsequent children. Advances in the scientific understanding of SUDP and genetic approaches to determining rare and...
We've received a number of letters over the years, and we thought you might be interested in them.From Boston Children's Hospital Trust, 5th April 2016"Warm thanks for your generosity and collaboration with the Florey Institute and River's Gift Trust to...
To date the Cooper Trewin Memorial SUDC Research Fund has fundraised over $320,000 and is excited to announce funding the Cooper Trewin Brighter Days Neuroimaging Study for the next two years, being conducted out of the Kinney Lab, Boston Children's...
We're received the following press release, issued on 27th November 2013, from The Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health.SIDS researchers report that many infants dying suddenly and unexpectedly, in all kinds of sleep environments, have...
Robert & Kylie alongside SIDS and Kids and the American SUDC team have the absolute pleasure of announcing a joint International venture involving Australian researchers for the first time in the Sudden and Unexplained Death of Children. The Cooper...
We already know and have met other families that have suffered the same tragedy and nightmare that we went through. We understand that you just actually want to just do something in the aftermath and memory of your child. We would go as far as saying that...
When we started this foundation in honour of our amazing son Cooper, we said from the start that if we could save just one baby or child's life that it would be all worth it. Well when we hear stories like this next one it makes it all worthwhile. More
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