From the Association
Starting April 1, 2023, your state Medicaid office began the process of redetermining your eligibility for health coverage under Medicaid.
Recently, there has been an increase in the solicitation of individuals to participate in projects as key opinion leaders (KOLs) for a specific cause or area of involvement.
The year 2023 marks the 40th Anniversary of the Hydrocephalus Association (HA). Throughout the year, we will honor our legacy with all of our community by celebrating our milestones and exploring what has been accomplished over the past four decades.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is pleased and honored to announce our 2022 Hydrocephalus Association Scholarship Recipients.
Diana Gray, M.A., President and CEO of the Hydrocephalus Association, was honored for her outstanding service for the National Health Council (NHC) at their annual membership meeting.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) would like to warmly welcome new board member Michael (Mike) Siegel, Ph.D. He is the Executive Director of the Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PeDRA) and serves on our Scientific Advisory Board & Research Committee.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) would like to warmly welcome new board member Stephanie (Buffa) Vogt, M.S. She is a Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy with Express Scripts at Cigna and has served as the chair of the St. Louis WALK to end Hydrocephalus since 2008.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) would like to warmly welcome new board member Deitra Matthews, MPA.…
How do you put a life-changing experience into words? The 17th National Conference on Hydrocephalus, is now in the rearview mirror for everyone in attendance from across the country and internationally, but the memories and the connections will leave a lasting impact.
It is with great sadness that the Hydrocephalus Association announces the passing of our colleague…
It’s been a busy time in Congress. Find out what we’ve been up to on Capitol Hill!
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA)’s Medical Advisory Board (MAB) recently issued two new consensus statements regarding COVID-19 for people living with hydrocephalus.
The Hydrocephalus Association celebrates the life of Dr. Shirley McBay, who passed away in late November. Dr. McBay was the first Black person to receive a doctorate from the University of Georgia and was a pioneer in advocating for diversity in science and math education. She was diagnosed with diabetes and Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.
Our WALK to End Hydrocephalus program had a successful year, raising over $1.6 million for HA’s research, support, education and advocacy efforts.
Like many kids living with hydrocephalus, Isabella is a fighter. This year, she brought her fighting spirit to Congress advocating for better healthcare services for children!
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is pleased and honored to announce our 2021 Hydrocephalus Association Scholarship Recipients.
The Hydrocephalus Association has been busy protecting hydrocephalus-related research dollars in Congress, and working with members Congress to recognize National Hydrocephalus Awareness Month.
September is Hydrocephalus Awareness Month (HAM), our chance to shine a light on hydrocephalus and how it impacts our community!
The cherry blossoms are blooming in Washington, DC, which is a sure sign that the new Congressional session is well underway. Let’s get you up to speed on what’s been happening on hydrocephalus policy issues so far.
Diana Gray, HA President and CEO, was named Chairperson of the National Health Council (NHC) Board of Directors for 2021. She was elected to the role at the NHC’s annual membership meeting this week.