Journal article

World Endometriosis Research Foundation Endometriosis Phenome and biobanking harmonization project: II. Clinical and covariate phenotype data collection in endometriosis research

Allison F Vitonis, Katy Vincent, Nilufer Rahmioglu, Amelie Fassbender, Germaine M Buck Louis, Lone Hummelshoj, Linda C Giudice, Pamela Stratton, G David Adamson, Christian M Becker, Krina T Zondervan, Stacey A Missmer

FERTILITY AND STERILITY | ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC | Published : 2014

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Funding Acknowledgements

A.F.V. has nothing to disclose. K.V. has received honoraria and travel expenses for lectures from Bayer Healthcare. N.R. has nothing to disclose. A.F. has nothing to disclose. G.M.B.L. has nothing to disclose. L.H. reports remuneration by WERF for project management. L.C.G. is an academic associate with Quest Diagnostics and is a non-remunerated Board member of WERF. P.S. has nothing to disclose. G.D.A. is CEO of Advanced Reproductive Care Inc., and has received research funds from Auxogyn, and consultancy for Bayer Healthcare, Glycotope, and Ziva, and is a non-remunerated Board member of WERF. C.M.B. has received research grants from Bayer Healthcare and consultancy fees from Roche Diagnostics. K.T.Z. is a member of scientific advisory boards for AbbVie Inc., Bayer HealthCare, and Roche Diagnostics, and has received honorarium for lectures from Bayer HealthCare. S.A.M. is a non-remunerated board member of WERF.The other participants of the WERF EPHect Working Group make the following disclosures: C.A. is on the advisory boards of Actavis and Bayer Healthcare and the speakers bureau for Johnson & Johnson. K.C. is employed by AbbVie and holds stock in this company. T.M.D'H. has received research and travel grants from Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Merck Serono Merck, Besins, and Pharmaplex, and consultancy fees from Astellas, Bayer Healthcare, Proteomika, Roche Diagnostics, and Teva. A.F. has nothing to disclose. I.F. has nothing to disclose. T.F. is employed by Bayer Healthcare. M.G. has nothing to disclose. P.G. has nothing to disclose. S.-W.G. has nothing to disclose. T.H. has nothing to disclose. D. H. has nothing to disclose. A.W.H. has nothing to disclose. M.L.H. has nothing to disclose. M.G.I. has nothing to disclose. M.R.L. has nothing to disclose. L.K. has received speaker fees from Bayer Healthcare and consultancy fees from Roche Diagnostics. K.M. is employed by Bayer Healthcare; S.M. has nothing to disclose. G.W.M. has nothing to disclose. M.N. has nothing to disclose. A.N. has received consulting fees from Merck Serono and MSD. K.G.O. has nothing to disclose. C.A.P is a consultant for Bayer Healthcare and is a non-remunerated Board member of WERF. P.A.R. has nothing to disclose. L. R is a non-remunerated Board member of WERF. S.P.R. has received consultancy fees from Roche Diagnostics, Gedeon-Richter, and Ethicon, and honorarium for lectures from Jenapharm. J.R. is employed by Roche Diagnostics GmbH. S.R. is employed by Bayer Healthcare. A.S. has nothing to disclose. T.S. has nothing to disclose. K.L.S.-T. has nothing to disclose. E.S. has received honoraria from Ethicon and Gedeon-Richter for providing training to healthcare professionals. U.-H.W.-T. is employed by Roche Diagnostics GmbH. S.S.T. has nothing to disclose. P.V. has a consultancy for Roche Diagnostics. P.P.Y. is a consultant for Lumenis. P.Y. has nothing to disclose.This work was funded by the World Endometriosis Research Foundation through grants from AbbVie, Bayer Pharma AG, and Roche Diagnostics International Ltd.; a Wellcome Trust Career Development Fellowship (grant no. WT085235/Z/08/Z, to K.T.Z.); in part by the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation contribution to the Boston Center for Endometriosis (S.A.M. and A.F.V.), and a Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Grant (grant no. HD57210, to S.A.M.); the Intramural Program of the NIH and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (to G.M.B.L. and P.S.); an MRC grant (grant no. MR/K011480/1, to N.R.); the Oxford Partnership Comprehensive Biomedical Research Centre with funding from the Department of Health's NIHR Biomedical Research Centres Scheme (to C.M.B.); the Puerto Rico Science and Technology Trust (grant no. 2013-000032, to I.F.); a scholarship from the Ernst Schering Foundation and an Elsa Neumann Stipendium des Landes Berlin (to M.G.I.); an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer Award (to K.V.); grants from the Chief Scientist Office Scotland, Wellbeing of Women, and HTA (to A.W.H.); a grant from the Endometriosis Association (to K.G.O.); and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Specialized Cooperative Centers Program in Reproduction and Infertility Research (grant no. U54HD 055764, to L.C.G.).