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Here, our team will share the latest news and updates regarding the Visual Snow Initiative, research studies, interviews, projects, as well as any additional information related to our global efforts to better understand and treat Visual Snow Syndrome.

Sierra Domb, Peter Goadsby, & Visual Snow Featured CBS’ “The Doctors”

Sierra Domb, Founder of the Visual Snow initiative and Dr Peter. Goadsby were featured on…

Visual Snow Initiative Raises $125,000 for Visual Snow Research at University of Colorado

“Our neurovisual research group at the University of Colorado School of Medicine is extremely grateful…

VSI Presents Neuroscientist Ed Boyden with Váró Brain Sculpture for His Support

Paul Domb, Co-Founder of the Visual Snow Initiative, presented an abstract brain sculpture to neuroscientist…

Visual Snow Will Have Its Largest Audience… Ever!

Sierra Domb, Founder of the Visual Snow Initiative, will appear on a segment about Visual…

Sierra Domb, VSI’s Founder, Interviewed by Film Industry Network

Sierra Domb and the Visual Snow Initiative Set Sights On A Cure For All The…

Nine News Melbourne Features Visual Snow, Researchers Fielding and White

Nine News Coverage In Melbourne Melbourne researchers are conducting a world-leading study into the mysterious…

Visual Snow Initiative Raises $140,000 for Visual Snow Research at Monash University

Phenomenal Work! You Did It! Dr. Owen White, Dr. Joanne Fielding and colleagues, Melbourne, Australia…

Visual Snow Initiative Raises $100,000 for Visual Snow Research at King’s College London

Fantastic Job! You Did It! Dr. Peter Goadsby and colleagues, London, England Our Crowdrise campaign…

Visual Snow Researchers Seeking Volunteers

Monash University Is Seeking Volunteers Two major Visual Snow researchers are seeking volunteers to participate…

Visual Snow Initiative Crowdrise Campaign Featured on Buzz of Los Angeles

Visual Snow Initiative Boosts Efforts to Amplify Awareness: Celebrities Profile Crowdfund for Devastating Visual Snow…

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