A Teaching Hospital of Harvard Medical School
The Center for Autonomic and Peripheral Nerve Disorders, Department of Neurology has distinguished research laboratories, clinical and translational research programs, diagnostic laboratories and clinics dedicated to patient care. The research and clinical interests of the Center are those disorders that affect the small nerve fibers, specifically, pain and autonomic dysfunction. The range of research in the Center includes basic science work in the field of diabetic and other neuropathies, novel diagnostic and assessment techniques for painful and autonomic neuropathies, mechanisms of neuropathic disease pathogenesis, and clinical trials of novel therapeutics in neuropathic pain, diabetic neuropathy and autonomic dysfunction.
FPN Peripheral Neuropathy Research Registry
Collaborative efforts between our partners and other institutions help us work toward a greater understanding of the cause and progression of PN. The Foundation is proud to provide the financial investments required to lead new medical innovations into the future. From 2010-16, Beth Israel was awarded grants to participate in our groundbreaking patient registry for people with painful and non-painful neuropathies.
Learn more about FPN’s Peripheral Neuropathy Research Registry