Houston, Texas Educational Lecture - 9/30/2016
"Seven Steps in Chiari Decompression" - Dr. Rob Parrish
About This Campaign
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016
6:00pm - Meet & Greet
6:30pm - Educational Lecture
Expert Speaker: Dr. Rob Parrish
Topic: Seven Steps in Chiari Decompression
Location: Houston Methodist Medical Center
The Dunn Tower, First Floor
Comal/Frio Confernece Room
Houston, TX 77030
Refreshments will be served.
Questions? Contact Cathy at email@example.com or by phone at (330) 998-6195.
Location / Venue
- Houston Methodist Medical Center
- Houston Methodithe Dunn Tower, First Floor, Comal/Frio Confernece Room, 6565 Fannin
- Houston, TX 77030
- Sep 30, 2016 06:00 pm to
- Sep 30, 2016 08:00 pm
Campaign to Support Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation
CSF: Who Are We?
CSF (Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in October 2007 with the goal of raising awareness and finding a cure for Chiari malformation (CM), syringomyelia (SM) and related disorders.
CSF Network of Experts
The CSF Scientific Education & Advisory Board is comprised of several internationally renowned medical doctors, professors, scientists and experts. Further, the CSF Board of Directors and Board of Trustees include community and business leaders, educators, legal experts, families and patients, who have long been advocates in the CM/SM community. Their skills and drive to develop, fund, and oversee CSF programs and research will improve the lives of the over one million families affected by Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and associated disorders in the US, alone.
CSF: Recognition & Awards
CSF is currently the only organization serving patients with Chiari, syringomyelia and related disorders to have earned all three of the following distinctions: BBB Wise Giving Alliance Seal, Guidestar Gold Seal and the Health On the Net Code. Check us out in the November 2016 issue of USA Today among the other nonprofits deemed as both effective in their missions, and responsible with their donors' dollars