FAQS

answers and questions

Professor Sebag has set up a new non-profit organisation named VMR Research, based in California, which is the recipient of funds donated to the VDM Project. He is an internationally recognised expert in this field. The IRS Registration number of VMR Research is EIN: 61-1888947, and more details are available at irs.gov.

Professor Sebag has set up a new non-profit organisation named VMR Research, based in California, which is the recipient of funds donated to the VDM Project. He is an internationally recognised expert in this field and without his engagement there would be no project.  The IRS Registration number of VMR Research is EIN: 61-1888947, and more details are available at irs.gov.

The VDM Project is a collaboration between a number of influential people within the VDM community – nearly all of them are personally affected by VDM.  By joining forces in this project, they are hoping to achieve progress that up to now has been impossible.  You can find more details on the team page here:  VDMresearch.org/team

We encourage people to “Unite for Clear Vision”  as it demonstrates commitment from the community. One time donations or monthly donations are accepted. Please write to us here for further information: info@VDMresearch.org 

This is the question we want to answer as soon as possible.  We are aware of some ongoing research in Europe, for example with nanotechnology, but with the help of Professor Sebag we aim to encourage collaboration between the various research groups and achieve progress towards this goal.  Professor Sebag believes the first key step is to improve imaging techniques for VDM so that diagnosis and the effects of treatment can be measured more accurately.  This is the first goal of the VDM Project.  Thanks for your time and your support.