The Center for Excellence in Care in Neurofibromatosis at UF HEALTH provides comprehensive and exceptional care for patients and families affected with NF. We are designated clinic as a member of the NFCN ( Neurofibromatosis Clinical network). We are also members of the NF Foundation and Network.
Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a set of complex genetic disorders that can affect almost every organ system, causing a predisposition for tumors to grow on nerves in the brain and throughout the body.
A broad term for a group of neurologic (NEURO – brain, spine, and peripheral nerve) disorders that involve other parts of the body, and prominently the skin (CUTANEOUS). These diseases are lifelong conditions that affect the nervous system and other organ systems, and require comprehensive evaluation and follow up by expert physicians.
Contact: Hans Shuhaiber, MD
Contact: Sridharan Gururangan, FRCP, Edin.
neurofibromatosis Clinical Trials
The Neurofibromatosis Center at UF is now a member of NFCN network.
Neurofibromatosis News and ANNOUNCEMENTS
Neurofibromatosis affects millions of people worldwide, but few have heard of it and there currently is no cure. The Shine a Light Walk is a…
Spring 2022 Dusica Babovic-Vuksanovic, MD Professor, Mayo Clinic – Rochester, MN The research interests of Dusica Babovic-Vuksanovic, M.D…
The Masterclasses will take place online approximately once a month, each on a different topic, and include real-time interaction between the expert…
Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) is more prevalent than Cystic Fibrosis, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and Huntingtons Disease combined.
Pediatric neurologist, Kaleb Yohay, MD, and director of NYU Langone’s Comprehensive Neurofibromatosis Center discusses NF 1 Guidelines for Adult patients.
The Children’s Tumor Foundation Clinical Care Advisory Board Virtual Case Conferences.
SpringWorks is conducting a Phase 2b clinical trial (the “ReNeu trial”) with their investigational MEK inhibitor called mirdametinib in children and adults with NF1-associated plexiform neurofibromas (NF1-PN). During the webinar, people will learn about the differences between NF1 and NF2, what plexiform neurofibromas are, and more about mirdametinib and the ReNeu trial. Speakers include Dr. Mary Smith, Chief Development Officer of SpringWorks and members of her team who are responsible for helping to conduct the ReNeu trial.
Presented by Dr. PhiOanh (Leia) NghiemPhu Professor of Clinical Neurology Director of Neuro-Oncology Clinical Service and the Director of the Neuro-Oncology Fellowship Program at UCLA
This is a link to various masterclasses via video presented by INFER (International NF Education Resources). These classes are available in 7 language.