The Center for Neurofibromatosis and Allied Disorders (CNfAD) aims to understand the mechanisms that cause neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) and neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) and to develop and test rational treatments for these disorders. We also focus on several allied disorders, such as schwannomatosis, multiple familial meningiomas and multiple familial neurofibromas, that have features similar to NF but are not due to inherited mutations in the NF1 or NF2 genes. The CNfAD facilitates interdisciplinary approaches to research and promotes cooperative clinical studies between Harvard Medical School affiliated institutions as it aims to bridge the gap between clinical and basic scientists to gain the synergies that result from directly relating studies of humans with those in experimental models.


2012 Neurofibromatosis and Allied Disorders Symposium

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
8:30am 4:30pm
Boston, MA

Find our 2012 Symposium Flyer here. Registration for the 2012 Symposium is now OPEN!

To register, please print out our 2012 Symposium brochure and complete the registration form.

Should you have any questions, contact our CNfAD coordinator Katie Slusarz at administrator@cnfad.org
or call 1-800-956-6759 and provide an email or mailing address.