NF2 Clinical Program
Individuals with Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2) can now benefit from the midwest’s only program specializing in the NF2 patient care of children and adults – the Washington University NF2 Clinical Program. This program is a joint project of the Washington University NF Center and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.
The NF2 Clinical Program is co-directed by Michael Chicoine, MD (neurosurgeon) and Jonathan L. McJunkin, MD (assistant professor of otolaryngology, head and neck surgeon). Their collective experience in treating large numbers of patients with this uncommon disease galvanized the assembly of this team of experts aimed at providing specialized care tailored to young adults and adults diagnosed with NF2.
A dedicated group of physicians and other health care professionals from a broad spectrum of medical specialties — including neurosurgery, otolaryngology, neurology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, neuroradiology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, audiology, neuro-ophthalmology, anesthesiology (pain management), physical therapy, and social work — coordinate patient assessments and provide treatment with a comprehensive approach.
View the NF2 Clinical Program brochure (pdf) to learn more about this program.
Make an appointment
NF2 Clinical Program contact information
Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (CST)
Emergency after office hours
Call the neurosurgeon or otolaryngologist on call
at Barnes-Jewish Hospital at 314-362-5000
Adult and pediatric referrals
We require that patient records, reports from relevant radiologic studies and consultation reports be faxed to us at 314-362-7522 prior to the appointment.
c/o Jeanne Wehner
Department of Otolaryngology
Washington University School of Medicine
660 S. Euclid Ave., Campus Box 8115
St. Louis, MO 63110
Location of your appointment
Valet parking (under cover) for patients and their families is available at the front entrance to the Center for Advance Medicine, located on Parkview Place just off of Euclid Avenue. This service has a nominal fee and is free with a disabled parking tag.
Self-parking is available in the North Garage, across Euclid Avenue to the east. The parking garage connects to the Center for Advanced Medicine via a third-floor walkway. Self-parking is also available at the Forest Park/Laclede garage, which is connected to the Center for Advanced Medicine via the fifth floor of the garage. Wheelchairs are available at the valet entrance and on the third floor of the North Garage, as well as the fifth floor of the Forest Park/Laclede Garage.
Discounted parking validation is available at your physician’s office. You must bring your parking garage ticket into the office for validation.