Periodically NF2 BioSolutions organizes webinars around topics relevant to NF2 with the help of world-renowned experts. Your contributions helps continue with this fight, please consider donating to further Gene Therapy by using the button below.
Vision Manifestations and Eye Treatments in NF2 – Tuesday, February 28th 2023
Our expert panel, including Dr. Gareth Evans, Dr. Ali Yagan, and Dr. Srilakshmi Sharma, will provide you with the latest information on how to manage and monitor your vision.
NF2 Drug Development Update: Bacteria-Mediated Immunotherapy – January 14th 2023
NF2 BioSolutions Research Updates and New Project – Tuesday, November 29th 2022
On Tuesday, November 29th we are fundraising to benefit Dr. Jianbing Zhou’s project at Yale. We hope to reach the goal of $100,000 in order to jumpstart a new project in this lab. Don’t miss out on our Giving Tuesday webinar where we will go over updates on the research initiatives we are supporting plus Dr. Zhou’s new project! Register here.
Radiotherapy for Neurofibromatosis Type 2 – Friday, October 21st 2022
Hear from the experts in Radiotherapy and NF2 regarding the protocol, the risks, future improvements in the technique, and much more.
Immunotherapy: Adoptive Cell Therapy with Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes – February 28th, 2022
Monday 28th of February is Rare Disease Day, and NF2 Biosolutions will raise funds to sponsor a new approach for tackling Neurofibromatosis type 2. This approach is called Adoptive Cell Therapy with Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes, it is a type of novel immunotherapy that has been used and it’s effective in other cancers. On Monday we will also hold a webinar where Dr. Claire O’Leary will explain the objective of this project and how immunotherapy could be the answer to NF2 mutations.
Showcase NF2 Webinar – February 4th, 2022
We are delighted to present our first ever NF2 showcase webinar in partnership with One Nucleus on air on Friday, February 4th, 2022 at 12noon (GMT).
NF2 BioSolutions UK CEO Clare Goddard and One Nucleus CEO Tony Jones present and invite you to our showcase featuring charity trustee and world-renowned NF2 expert Prof. Gareth Evans. Then listen to our 2 NF2 Ph.D. researchers Grace and Adam on their NF2 tumour inflammation work, followed by major fundraiser Andy White and his motivation for raising funds and awareness to help end NF2.
Q&A with Doctor Chernoff about the CRISPR NF2 Gene Therapy - Nov 30th, 2021
Crispr/Cas9-based gene editing to achieve such repair in Schwann cells bearing three distinct types of NF2 mutations (large deletion, small deletion, point mutation) that are encountered in patients.
Surgical Management of NF2 Tumors: Experts panel discussion with Q&A – Feb 28, 2021
Join NF2 BioSolutions and our esteemed panel of surgeons as we discuss the surgical management of NF2 tumors, including schwannomas, ependymomas, and meningiomas.
NF2 BioBank: You can advance NF2 research by donating tumor tissue – October 24th, 2020
Learn about the importance of donating your tissue from surgery to the NF2 BioBank and how it can benefit ALL of us!
When: Oct 24, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern time (the US and Canada) – 16:00 London time
Understanding NF2: Diagnosis, Management, and Challenges – July 14th, 2020
Understanding NF2: Diagnosis, Management, and Challenges
CereXis and NF2 BioSolutions invite you to learn about NF2 from experts. Our panelists include Dr. D. Bradley Welling, Chief of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, and Prof D Gareth Evans, Professor of Med. Genetics and Cancer Epidemiology, The University of Manchester, UK.
Bacteriotherapy for NF2 – June 23rd, 2020
We will hear from Dr. John Mekalanos from Harvard Medical School and Dr. Gary Brenner from Massachusetts General Hospital about how their labs are working with genetically modified bacteria to kill NF2 tumor cells and how you can support this exciting new project!
New hope for NF2 – Gene Therapy 101 – May 22nd, 2020
For our first-ever NF2 gene therapy webinar! Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Edgar Rodríguez-Lebrón presents Gene Therapy 101 to give us a better understanding of how gene therapy works and what types of therapies are most promising for curing NF2. You will not want to miss this!