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 rehabilitation of infants, children, and young
people with central nervous system (CNS) tumors.

This is the first time the symposium will be held in the U.S. since 2008. Denver being named as a host site marks another recognition of the groundbreaking
research being conducted at the University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado.

“The fact that this international, highly regarded conference is being held in Denver speaks directly to the leading edge research being conducted at Children’s
Hospital Colorado, research that would not have been possible without The Morgan Adams Foundation,” said Nick Foreman, MD,
ISPNO conference co-chair and Associate Chief of the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital Colorado. “The Symposium is critically
important for researchers around the world. It provides a forum for the thoughtful exchange of information and many opportunities to further collaborative
efforts, both of which will lead to more promising studies that we can use to help our patients.”

The Sympoisum will take place from June 30 to July 3 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Denver. It will include plenary and poster sessions, keynote
talks, and roundtable discussions about the latest research and clinical care of pediatric CNS tumors.

More than 1,500 pediatric neuro-oncology specialists from around the world will come to Denver to engage in dialogue regarding new treatments, innovative
research, and advances in pediatric neuro-oncology. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please email if you are able to help!
For more information, please visit

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 issues, nutrition and
wellness, caregiving, and creating a family’s “new normal.” A special, specific track for adolescents/young adults battling cancer will be offered,
and there will also be a special breakout session for grieving families. The day’s sessions will be followed by a cocktail hour and dinner.
Family Day is free for our cancer families – however PLEASE DO REGISTER so we can have an accurate head count for lunch and snacks! We hope
to see you there.
For additional information AND TO REGISTER, please visit