New Name, Same Mission

Pediatric Brain Foundation, formerly Children’s Neurobiological Solutions Foundation, is very proud to be serving the same great mission. We appreciate your patience as we re-brand our website; you can see the finished product on April 17, 2015.

Palmer Clay Richmond, Our Inspiration, 9/11/95 - 10/25/14

He was a teacher, a son, a brother, a friend, an inspiration. Whatever he was to you he was special. Our relationship with him will continue as our experiences with him push us all to love deeper, to work harder and to be better. We love you, Palmer.

Pediatric Brain Foundation Mapping Project

There are more than 14 million children living in the US with one of more than 600 different neurological conditions. For members of Congress and other policymakers, numbers matter. Help PedIatric Brain Foundation Shine A Light On An Invisible Population!

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Today, I hear the happiness in my brother’s echoing laugh.  I see the fruit of life in his smiles when my Mom walks into his room.  He is not a vegetable.  I know this, but many don’t.

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Welcome to the NEW Pediatric Brain Foundation!

Read up on the latest scientific news in the field of pediatric neurology, visit our blog, check out the disease directory, and be sure to check out glossary of terms and all of our educational resources.

News in Scientific Research

Children born with a DNA abnormality on chromosome 16 already linked to neurodevelopmental problems show measurable delays in processing sound and language, says a study team of radiologists and psychologists.

By strengthening the case that the deleted gene disrupts a key biological pathway, the research may lay the foundation for future medical treatments for specific subtypes of autism, along with cognitive and language disabilities.

"This study shows an important connection between gene differences and differences in neurophysiology," said study leader Timothy P.L....