Program 2021

3 research projects were pre-selected. Additionnal information was requested and final decision will be made in september. The Board members have also made a selection of projects to be co-financed with the Scoliosis Research Society.

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Call for projects 2020

Since its creation in 1999, the Fondation Yves Cotrel pour la Recherche en Pathologie Rachidienne has focused on its core research theme: The Etiology of Idiopathic Scoliosis. Over last 20 years, the Foundation has supported more than 66 research projects with different approaches from all over the world. The challenge...

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Message from the scientific “Cotrel Family”

Doctor Yves Cotrel, Uprightness, rigour, generosity, kindness, clairvoyance and sharing You had two lives, so rich, both of them ! You created a wonderfull family, strenghtened by the values that you transmitted with your beloved wife Marie Lou, And other families of heart, those of your patients, and those of the...

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Réunion annuelle 2018 : A propos de la recherche…

2 journées consacrées aux présentations scientifiques et à une réflexion sur le lien entre l’incidence biomécanique et le?s autres pistes de recherche. Quatre voies sont explorées simultanément pour démêler l’écheveau des causes multiples d’une maladie toujours « idiopathique » ? les études génétiques recherchent des anomalies dans des familles de...

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In memoriam

Dear Friends, It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dr. Yves Cotrel. He passed away peacefully, at his home, surrounded by his family. Colleagues or pupils, patients or donors, each one of us will have a particular memory or story to share. But all...

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Call for projects 2019

Since its creation in 1999, the Cotrel Foundation has focused on its core research theme: The Etiology of Idiopathic Scoliosis. The Foundation has supported many projects with different approach from all over the world.  Research projects that aim at detecting progressive forms or understanding the mechanisms responsible for these deformations as early...

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