teamMATEs will celebrate all we’ve achieved in the past year and look forward to the year to come.
Dara Riva, director of clinical research awards, will discuss the new Infection Research Initiative and describe the six focus areas included in the Initiative, as well as provide some examples of infection research currently underway.Speaker(s):
Living with CF, or caring for someone with CF, can be emotionally challenging. Learn about what the Foundation is doing to support emotional wellness from Paula Lomas, director of clinical communications, and a volunteer member of the Mental Health Advisory Committee.Speaker(s):
JP Clancy, MD, senior director of clinical research, will discuss current research being done to treat CF caused by nonsense-mediated mutations and other rare CFTR mutations.Speaker(s):
Michael P. Boyle, MD, senior vice president of therapeutics development and Tony Durmowicz, MD, vice president of clinical development, will discuss emerging therapies as well as ongoing and upcoming clinical trials. Special attention will be paid to updates regarding next-generation CFTR modulators.Speaker(s):
Maureen Fraser, senior vice president of field management, Molly Riley, vice president of volunteer and donor engagement, and our co-chairs Pam Baker and Justin Davis will close out the 2019 Volunteer Leadership Conference.Speaker(s):