Experience shows us when organizations, individuals and governments around the world work collaboratively the impact can be maximized.
It is important to have leaders that can initiate the right connections, the right conversations all in the name of finding the answers to better the lives of children with sickle cell disease.
The leaders of the Global Sickle Cell Disease Network (GSCDN) are made up of international advisors and working group chairs.
Are you interested in connecting with colleagues in the field of sickle cell disease from around the world in order to learn, share information and collaborate? It's easy to get involved: just click the 'get involved' button below, complete the submission form and we will follow up with you.