The Hubbard Foundation's mission is research, education, and treatment.
The Foundation investigates the vascular component of neurological disorders, such as Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) in Multiple Sclerosis, using functional MRI (fMRI), as well as MRV, flow-quantification, perfusion, and other measures. Our mission is to develop tests for earlier recognition of brain abnormalities, which may lead to neurological diseases.
Education is achieved through our website, newsletter, and annual conference. The Foundation shares scientific information about the vascular connection to neurological disease, as well as educates about the role of nutrition and lifestyle in the health of the vascular and nervous systems, particularly in Multiple Sclerosis.
The Foundation collaborates with treatment providers that are similarly dedicated to advancing scientific understanding and treatment of neurovascular disease.