ADHDFund raises funds for independent ADHD research. The research is based on the preferences of people with ADHD. The fund has been established for, and by, people with ADHD, their families and friends and researchers. Is ADHD research important to you?
Research for and by people with ADHD
If you have ADHD, or a family member or friend is diagnosed with ADHD, you want to know as much about it as possible. However, many questions are still unanswered because they have not been researched yet. We provide a possibility to have your research questions answered.
What subjects should be researched?
What is your most important question? Should there be more research into the connection between ADHD and studying? Would you like to know more about the effects of ADHD on your work? Or are you interested in diets?
Let us know what your research questions are by filling in our questionnaire. We collect the results every two months and publish them online. That way, the preferences of the ADHD community are accessible to everyone. Researchers looking to fund their projects, take those preferences into account.
ADHD women want answers!
Women with ADHD face specific issues…
• Does your cycle influence your ADHD?
• Does ADHD increase your chance of getting post-natal depression?
• Do men and women have the same reaction to the same medication?
Just some of the questions we want answers to.
For that we need research!
Vote for your most important issue, and help make it possible!
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Partnership with ADHD World Federation
We are very pleased to announce that we have joined forces with the ADHDWorld Federation (WFADHD) to serve researchers looking for funding, and people with ADHD in need for answers on their (research)questions.
The WFADHD considers ADHDFund a new and inspiring initiative to build a funding community for ADHD research among the crowd of both patients and researchers worldwide.
The objective and mission of the World Federation of ADHD is to support and promote worldwide clinical and scientific study projects, including training activities in the field of ADHD (Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder) and related disorders.
They also support the exchange of information between scientists, physicians, health experts, ADHD lay organisations, self-help groups, the general public and other related organizations.
More information: www.adhd-federation.org