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The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA) provides support to those living with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) and funds vital research.

Its mission is:
“To provide hope for today and a cure for tomorrow”

The TSA funds and supports research to:
• Drive the development of new disease-modifying treatments to prevent or minimise the impact of the condition.
• Support those currently living with TSC through development of evidence-based tools that help them to manage the condition and effects on their quality of life.

Research priorities include: prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment, basic and preclinical research, developing therapies, social research and delivery of TSC support.

Twitter: @UKTSA

Primary research areas

Congenital disorders 

Additional research areas

Skin,  Respiratory,  Renal and urogenital,  Neurological,  Mental health,  Child health

Grant types

Postgraduate studentship,  Fellowship,  Project (typically <4 years)