The PND association is a disease organization representing children and
families who are affected by a pediatric neurotransmitter disease.
We currently represent the following pediatric neurotransmitter diseases
(click on disease for more information):
Our mission is to help children and families who are affected by PND's,
support the identification of new PND's, find better treatments and
ultimately a cure for those diseases that are already known.
The PND Association is a non-profit, voluntary organization.
To learn more go to about us.
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More information about the
SSADH Snicklefritz Fund Raiser
SSADH NIH Study Authorized
note from Dr. Pearl
The PND Association sent a group of representatives to participate in the International AADC Conference,
held October 6th and 7th, 2011 in London.
PND Association 2010/2011Research Grant Program AWARDS $164,000
to Neurotransmitter Disease Research
Click here for a list of recipients/awards. Thank you to the PND Grant
Review Committee and Chair Darryl De Vivo MD for their guidance and
enormous effort in making this possible.
The National Institute of Neurological Disease and Stroke,
The Office of Rare Diseases, The Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine and The PND Association Present: "Medical Management of
Pediatric Neurotransmitter Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach"
For additional up to date information about advocacy, and the work being
done on behalf of PND's click here
Click here to become a
PND Association member
Click here for more information on the
PND Online Support Groups
The PND Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer organization.
We are supported by the many generous people who hold fundraising events
and make tax deductable donations.
For upcoming fundraising events click here.
If you are interested in holding a fundraiser click here.
Thank-You to the Strickland Family for donating
$30,000 raised at the 2nd Liam's Links.
Thank-You to the Brayman's for $32,000 from the 3rd
Friends for Research Golf Outing and Evening Event.
Thanks to the entire LeVine family for raising
close to $25,000 with Wave of Hope.
Thank You to the Phelps family for hosting Olivia’s Cause for a Cure.
Thanks to the Hoffman's for the success of the
12th Annual Chip for Charity
Thanks to the Speller family for coordinating both
A Night for a Cure at Historic Oheka Castle
and Gurney’s Montauk Inn & Spa Week-end.
Thank-You to Rick Rader, MD for your kind editorial in
Exceptional Parent (EP) Magazine.