Who We Are

By actively engaging the PF community, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation has developed essential programs available to those living and working with pulmonary fibrosis.

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation is focused on our mission to act as the trusted resource for all who are affected by this disease. Our community programs include:

Our expert Medical Advisory Board and the biennial PFF Summit allow us to maintain an ongoing dialogue with physicians, researchers, industry representatives, and the patient community. This creates a collaborative environment that will help us achieve many of our goals.

Our peer-reviewed research program supports projects that improve understanding of pulmonary fibrosis and will lead to successful therapies. We have developed significant relationships with industry partners and upheld our position as the honest broker to inform those affected by pulmonary fibrosis of important scientific breakthroughs. 

Our History

Founded in 2000 by brothers Albert Rose and Michael Rosenzweig, PhD, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to identifying effective PF treatments and assisting those living with the disease. The brothers experienced firsthand the devastating effects of PF when their sister Claire passed away from the disease.  Both brothers were also diagnosed with PF, and it was their vision and dedication that led to the creation of the Foundation.

We Are Conveniently Located Near Northwestern's Medical Campus in Chicago

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