Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation


Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation


The Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation (QEMF) is a Belgian non-profit organization, founded in 1926 by the former Queen Elisabeth of Belgium. She founded the organization, based on her experience with the wounded from the front-line during the First World War. The foundation wants to encourage laboratory research and contacts between researchers and clinical practitioners, with a particular focus on neurosciences. The QEMF supports seventeen university teams throughout Belgium.

ee also

* King Baudouin Foundation
* National Fund for Scientific Research
* Queen Elisabeth Music Competition
* Queen Fabiola Foundation for Mental Health

ource

* [http://www.monarchie.be/en/initiatives/queen_elisabeth/index.html Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation]

External links

* [http://www.fmre-gske.be/ Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation]


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