In this message from the director, Dr. David H. Gutmann recaps the many new developments from our twelfth year as a multi-disciplinary clinical care and research enterprise. From welcoming new faculty and staff, to outlining research progress, he reviews the NF Center’s highlights from 2016 and looks forward to a productive year ahead.
View the NF Center Volume 1, 2016 newsletter, which includes a message from esteemed Washington University NF Center director, Dr. David H. Gutmann, MD, PhD, highlights last year’s progress and features plans for a successful 2016.
It is that time of year when everyone has returned from celebrating another year of joy with loved ones and family. As we usher in 2015, our family at the Washington University Neurofibromatosis (NF) Center has enjoyed another successful year of achievement and accomplishment. We are delighted to have been featured recently in a special […]
With thoughts of children returning to school and pleasant fall weather in St. Louis, I wanted to update you on developments and events happening in the Washington University NF Center. On May 16, 2014, we hosted the second Washington University NF Center Research Symposium in the Eric P. Newman Education Center on the campus of […]
After a long hard winter in St. Louis, it is nice to feel a warm breeze again and see the flowers popping up. As we look forward to summer, I want to update you on the progress and events in the Washington University NF Center. First, we will be celebrating 10 years of excellence in […]
As we delve into 2014, I wanted to update you on the exciting plans we have in store at the Washington University NF Center. First, we celebrate 10 years of excellence in the Washington University NF Center and 20 years of providing multi-disciplinary care in the NF Clinical Program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. To […]