Pediatric Brain Foundation

Summary

The Pediatric Brain Foundation formerly the Children’s Neurobiological Solutions Foundation is committing to expanding their Pediatric Brain Mapping Project and to developing mechanisms to connect their patients with ongoing or future clinical trials.

The Pediatric Brain Foundation seeks to expedite the search for treatment and cures for children with neurological disorders as well as to provide important information to parents and patients on recent advances in pediatric neurology.

 

The Pediatric Brain Foundation formerly the Children’s Neurobiological Solutions Foundation is committing to expanding their Pediatric Brain Mapping Project and to developing mechanisms to connect their patients with ongoing or future clinical trials.

The Pediatric Brain Foundation seeks to expedite the search for treatment and cures for children with neurological disorders as well as to provide important information to parents and patients on recent advances in pediatric neurology.

 

 

Web Information

Website:  cnsfoundation.org/
YouTube Channel:  
Twitter:  twitter.com/cnsfoundation

Facebook: facebook.com/cnsfoundation
Blog:  cnsfoundation.org/blog

Contact Information

Emailnfo@cnsfoundation.org
Phone: (310) 889.8611
Address: 1223 Wilshire Blvd., #937
Santa Monica, CA 90403

Organization

Director: Alex Richmond
Advisors


Background

The BRAIN Initiative Fact Sheet 9/30/14

The Children’s Neurobiological Solutions Foundation is committing to expanding their Pediatric Brain Mapping Project and to developing mechanisms to connect their patients with ongoing or future clinical trials:

The Children’s Neurobiological Solutions Foundation (CNS Foundation) seeks to expedite the search for treatment and cures for children with neurological disorders as well as to provide important information to parents and patients on recent advances in pediatric neurology. CNS Foundation’s Pediatric Brain Mapping Project aims to identify all children living with pediatric neurological disorders and CNS Foundation is committing to doubling the population in the project in the next year, from approximately 5,000 to 10,000 children. With this information, CNS Foundation will be positioned to connect patients with scientists and researchers who are working on the goals of the BRAIN Initiative. This opportunity for active collaboration between patients, patient advocacy groups, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, doctors, and researchers will help lead to the discovery of the next generation of treatments and cures for the diseases and disorders these children face.

Mission

From website

CNS Foundation’s Mission is Three-fold: 

  • Expedite scientific research to find treatments and cures for the more than 14 million children living with some form of neurological disorder
  • Provide families and health care professionals with up-to-date information and resources on the latest discoveries in pediatric neurology
  • Educate the public and public officials on the critical importance of funding pediatric neurological research

What Makes CNS Foundation Unique?

CNS Foundation focuses on ALL children suffering from neurological disorders, including those diagnosed with specific conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and a myriad of others, as well as the 60% of children without a diagnosis.

Our Strategy

  • Collaborate with like-minded organizations, scientists, family members, physicians and others to find treatments and cures for ALL children with brain disorders
  • Invite families and friends to simply register a zip code.  It’s a confidential and easy way to identify and make visible the needs of those afflicted
  • Expand our nationwide network that encourages impacted families to support one another; share treatments, share stories, and as a community, learn from one another
  • Through our Science News Archive, Glossary of Terms, and Disease Directory, we educate families and healthcare providers about treatment options
  • Assemble workshops and conferences among physicians, scientists, government agencies, the business community and other organizations that address pediatric neurological disorders
  • Encourage young scientists to pursue careers in children’s neurological research
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