News: PREDICT RaDaR Pregnancy Study

Kidney Research UK are funding the PREDICT study (PREgnancy-associated progression of chronic kidney Disease: development of a Clinical predictive Tool), led by Dr Kate Bramham and her team at King’s College London. The team will create a new dataset from linkage between National Registry of Rare Kidney Diseases (RaDaR), the UK Renal Registry (UKRR) and […]

Read more Posted on: 14.04.20 | Posted in Uncategorized

Special notice on COVID-19

*Special notice on COVID-19 – For general advice, please go to We are currently preparing advice where relevant for specific disease groups. Once available this can be found in the disease groups in the Patient Information page

Read more Posted on: 23.03.20 | Posted in Uncategorized

RaDaR Ethics Extension

The RaDaR rare disease registry has been granted a five year recruitment extension from the South West – Central Bristol Research Ethics Committee. This extends recruitment through until 09/10/2024. No changes were made to any of the study documents for this amendment as it was purely to extend recruitment. For more information please contact

Read more Posted on: 30.10.19 | Posted in Ethics, News, NIHR, RaDaR, RDGs, Research

New RaDaR conditions

The Hypokalaemic Alkaloses cohort has been renamed Tubulopathy. It now includes the following conditions: Autoimmune distal renal tubular acidosis Autosomal dominant distal renal tubular acidosis Autosomal recessive distal renal tubular acidosis Autosomal recessive distal renal tubular acidosis Bartter Syndrome type 1 Bartter Syndrome type 2 Bartter Syndrome type 3 Bartter Syndrome type 4 Dominant hypophosphatemia […]

Read more Posted on: 29.10.19 | Posted in News, RaDaR, RDGs, Research

National survey on rare disease

The Minister for rare disease at the Department of Health and Social Care, Baroness Blackwood, recently announced a national conversation to understand how we can better care for people living with rare disease.  This survey aims to identify the major challenges faced by rare disease patients and the people and organisations that care for them. […]

Read more Posted on: 25.10.19 | Posted in News, RaDaR, RDGs, Research