Coordination of Rare Diseases at Sanford (CoRDS)
Based at Sanford Research, a nonprofit research institution, CoRDS is a centralized international patient registry for all rare diseases.
We coordinate the advancement of research into 7,000 rare diseases. Here’s how:
- We work with patient advocacy groups, individuals and researchers.
- We capture health information from individuals with a rare diagnosis, undiagnosed patients, unaffected carriers or at-risk patients.
- We connect researchers and patients and notify our participants of emerging clinical trials.
- We make the registry accessible. Participants can enroll for free and researchers can access it for free.
For Researchers: Access the CoRDs Registry
If you’re a researcher with IRB approval and are interested in accessing the CoRDS Registry, complete the CoRDS Researcher Access Request Form and return it by email.
Meet Our Partners
A support group for DNM1 genetic mutation
For people living with IFFGD
Kawasaki Disease Foundation Australia
For people living with Kawasaki disease in Australia
One in a Billion Foundation
For people living with an undiagnosed and rare disease who would benefit from personalized and genomic medicine
For people living with SPG15
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