Like a Boss Hats

LIKE A BOSS HATS TO SUPPORT PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH These hats were designed with Leigh and Cooper in mind. The “like a boss” logo celebrates, Leigh Anderson, who decided to handle her cancer diagnosis “like a boss.” She had this tattooed on her arm and many of her loved ones have done the same. The back…


RESEARCHER SPOTLIGHT Adam Green, MD

Dr. Adam Green joined the neuro-oncology group at Children’s Hospital Colorado in 2014. He has a dual role – caring for patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado in the pediatric neuro-oncology department and conducting research for The Morgan Adams Foundation Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Program. His goal is to develop better treatments, and ultimately a cure,…


MAF Families and Supporters Invited to Attend ISPNO 2018 Family Day

On June 29th, The Morgan Adams Foundation and other organizations will host Family Day on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver. ISPNO Family Day will include a full day of programs specifically created for families of Central Nervous System tumor patients and will cover a wide range of topics, including research updates, education…


2018 Funding 625k to Support 11 Research Projects

Doctors and Researchers of The Morgan Adams Foundation Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Program The Morgan Adams Foundation Board of Directors has granted $625,000 to fund 11 research projects and equipment in The Morgan Adams Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado in 2018. This brings the total amount of research dollars we’ve funded…


Thank You for Making the 2nd Annual ZCC a BIG Success

(c) A Fine Photographer, 2018 I want to thank every volunteer, restaurant, brewery and distillery for donating their TIME and talents to the 2nd Annual Zach’s Chili Challenge! It’s because of people like yourselves that The Morgan Adams Foundation continues to be a driving force in raising money for research in the fight against pediatric…


Denver to Host 18th International Symposium on Pediatric Neuro-Oncology

The 18th International Symposium on Pediatric Neuro-Oncology – a unique forum that brings together leading researchers, physicians, surgeons, nurses, and social workers to exchange information and results and collaborate – is coming to Denver this summer. ISPNO is the major global meeting of the international community of professionals involved in the scientific research, diagnosis, treatment, and…


Newsletter March 2018

Read our March 2018 Newsletter HERE.


My miracle – experimental chemo

In 2005, I was given a rare, stage 4, metastatic cancer diagnosis of rhabdomyosarcoma that would forever change my path in life. I was told that this cancer had no treatment plan and therefore my roadmap was determined by entering my age, gender, type of cancer and stage of progression into a computer model that…


You can help kids with cancer RIGHT NOW

Our young friend Cooper knew research was being done on rare types of kids’ brain tumors. He knew that research took money. So when doctors explained last April that his hope for remission was gone, the bright 12-year-old had an idea: he would use his life savings to find a cure. If only it were…


Sujatha Venkataraman

After her son Rishi passed away from childhood cancer 14 years ago, Sujatha Venkataraman, PhD, was inspired to switch her research focus from adult breast and prostate cancer to childhood cancer. “Innocent kids should not go through this,” Sujatha reflects. “Kids like my little son are my inspiration.” As a researcher of The Morgan Adams…