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The Washington University NF Center is focused on accelerating the pace of scientific discovery and its application to the care of individuals with NF.
In this month's Nicole's Nook blog, Nicole Weckherlin, OTR/L recommends an app that makes completing math worksheets on the iPad easier. Doing math on the iPad is a common challenge for children, and this app allows children to plot out their work in a much more legible and visual platform. More
A recent study conducted by Dr. Yi-Hsien Chen revealed exciting results establishing a protein called ABCG1 as an essential component for malignant glioma survival. This protein could serve as a potential future therapeutic target for these deadly brain cancers. More
Join us for a one-of-a-kind jazz music experience, seamlessly integrated with gross motor and social skill activities. Beat NF, a jazz music-motor therapy program for toddlers and young children (ages 2 - 5 years) with NF1, was developed by a team of St. Louis Children's Hospital therapists and Jazz St. Louis musicians. More