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Volunteer Spotlight: Megan Nix

Meet Megan Nix, our Community Alliance Chair from Denver, Colorado. Megan is mom to three girls and a nonfiction writer, we are lucky to have her in our corner!

Volunteer Spotlight: Erica Steadman

Meet Erica Steadman from Tinley Park, Illinois. Erica has three daughters and when she's not advocating for CMV, she's leading marketing efforts for American Sale Corporation.

Volunteer Spotlight: Ashley Maes

Meet Ashley Maes from Clovis, California. Ashley advocates for CMV in honor of her daughter, Ila.

Volunteer Spotlight: Lindsay Lawless

Meet Lindsay Lawless from Abington, Pennsylvania. Lindsay advocates for CMV in memory of her daughter, Wynne, and in honor of her two other children.

Volunteer Spotlight: Karri Grecco

Meet Karri Grecco. Karri is a full-time mother of three from Bel Air, Maryland. Her decade+ experience in caring for a child with CMV and proximity to DC make Karri a terrific advocate for the community!

One Child's Journey Towards Independent Mobility

Dr. Kathleen Muldoon is an Associate Professor of Anatomy at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ, Chair of National CMV Foundation's Scientific Advisory Committee, and mom of three.

Volunteer Spotlight: Cara Gluck

Meet Cara Gluck. Public health professional and CMV mom from Lawton, OK. Cara's passion and perspective combine to increase CMV awareness in her home state and beyond!

The CMVirus Pledge

September is Newborn Screening Month. In April 2019, the National CMV Foundation and the CMV RUSP Nomination Team announced the submission of CMV for inclusion on the Recommended Uniform Screening Panel (RUSP). 

CMVIRUS: Spread the word, not the virus

National CMV Foundation announces the launch of our new public health campaign: CMVIRUS – Spread the Word, Not the Virus.

Flushing Hospital: Raising Congenital CMV Awareness

Congratulations to the Flushing Hospital Medical Center team, led by Dr. Shirley Pinero-Bernardo, on being one of our selected recipients for the 2019 Public Health Awareness Mini Grant!