Welcome to FMDSA
The Fibromuscular Dysplasia Society of America is a public health charity working towards better diagnosis and treatment of Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD). We do this by building awareness of FMD, funding research activities, providing patient support, and educating patients and the healthcare community. Learn more about our organization.
SAVE THE DATE: May 20, 2017
FOR THE 10TH ANNUAL FMDSA MEETING being held at the Wyndham Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio
Stayed tuned for more details. Registration will open January, 2017
"Understanding Fibromuscular Dysplasia"
"Update on the United States Registry for Fibromuscular Dysplasia"
"Genetics and Fibromuscular Dysplasia"
"Aneurysms and Dissections in FMD"
"Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection and FMD"
"Update from the International Research Network Group"
"Treating Fibromuscular Dysplasia"
Topics are subject to change.
We thank our 2017 Meeting Sponsors for their continued support.
FMDSA is an Official Charity of the Cleveland Marathon. Please consider running as part of our team in 2017.
For specific information on the race, click here. RUN4FMDSA. We would like to encourage our runners to support or create a fundraising page; it's fast, easy and secure. To create your page, clickhere.
Congratulations to doctors Heather Gornik and Jeffrey Olin who Co-Chaired the First International Fibromuscular Dysplasia Network Symposium in Cleveland Ohio.
This meeting gathered key researchers and clinical thought leaders in the field of FMD for a state-of-the-art review of the existing knowledge base and current research activities related to FMD in the United States and abroad. A large proportion of the meeting was focused on the creation of an FMD research network, comprised of four focused working groups on various aspects of FMD research (epidemiology, genetics, research registries, and imaging and clinical therapeutics).
To view all abstracts presented and learn more about the Symposium and working groups, please follow this link.
Fibromuscular Dysplasia: State of the Science and Critical Unanswered Questions: A Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association.
The authors did a great job and covered all areas of FMD including history of the disease, diagnosis, imaging, treatment and research. We would like to thank everyone involved, especially Dr Jeffrey Olin and Dr Heather Gornik for their dedication to FMD patients and FMDSA. The paper is free and can be found on Circulation, Journal of the American Heart Association.
Supporting the Rare Disease Community
FMDSA's Amazon Wish List
The Amazon Wish List allows organizations such as ours to defray the cost of many items we would otherwise need to purchase, and allows benefactors the opportunity to make a donation to FMDSA in the form of an item that we need in our office or for a conference. Click here to register for amazon smile and to search through our "wish list" and find an item that you would like to donate to FMDSA. It is that simple; just add to your shopping cart, pay, and Amazon ship your donated item to FMDSA. Thank you in advance for helping support FMDSA via our Amazon.com wish list. Please note that it has come to our attention that Amazon is not sending a gift notice with your orders so for now unless you contact us directly we have no way of knowing who sent the items. We are working with Amazon to resolve this issue. Thank you for your donations!