Dr. Christopher Ray Joins the NF Center

Dr. Ray joins the NF Center as the new Adult NF1 Clinical provider. He is an Assistant Professor of Neurology. He completed his residency and fellowship training at Washington University prior to joining the General Neurology and Stroke Neurology faculty. Dr. Ray strives to provide comprehensive neurological care to adult NF patients, including an interest […]

Autism Acceptance Month: Promoting Understanding

April 2nd is World Autism Acceptance Day, kicking off Autism Acceptance Month. While most people are generally aware of autism, a major problem facing people and their families who live with autism is a lack of acceptance and understanding. For this reason, the Washington University Neurofibromatosis (NF) Center joins with the greater autism community to […]

SLCH Radio Rounds Podcast with Dr. David Gutmann

This article was originally published on the SLCH Radio Rounds website in June 2017. The Neurofibromatosis Comprehensive Care Team at St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides detailed patient assessments and works with referring physicians, allied health professionals and agencies to deliver state-of-the-art medical services both locally and nationally. Neurofibromatosis affects different people in different ways. As […]

SLCH Radio Rounds Podcast with Dr. Stephanie Morris

St. Louis Children’s Hospital weekly podcast, Radio Rounds, is a free series for healthcare professionals featuring Washington University pediatric specialists. Each 10-minute podcast focuses on topics relevant to pediatricians and health care providers caring for children. Listen as Stephanie Morris, MD, NF Center clinician and researcher, explains that while there is no cure for NF1, research throughout […]