Meet the Client
The MPN Education Foundation is a non-profit organization which began in 2004 in an effort to continue to educate the public about Myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN). The group of doctors, researchers, and patients has trusted Digital Attic to help host their bi-annual conference for many years!
Digital Attic has worked with the organization for years to help the MPN Foundation continue to share their groundbreaking work with patients and doctors alike. Through extensive research and studies, tests and firsthand experiences, they have dedicated much of their time and resources to help everyday patients struggling with these blood disorders.
Part of the effort in shedding a light on MPN was to expand the organization’s outreach. Digital Attic worked alongside the foundation to develop a website that would help to share useful information with the public. This was a project our team was passionate about since the research and effort is vital to helping MPN patients. The Foundation focuses on providing general as well as extensive information about these blood disorders and sharing the many ways patients can live a fruitful life. Through their website, MPN Foundation can share their findings, raise awareness, and connect with people all around the world.
The MPN Foundation was first established as a continuation of Dr. Harriet Gilbert’s work through her MPN Research Center. Joyce Niblack was co-founder of the organization who was diagnosed with MPN. She believed in the importance of carrying on the research to bring patients and doctors together and creating a relationship between them. Every other year, the MPN Foundation researchers, specialists, and doctors get together to put on a patient conference in which they discuss their research, findings, data, and other useful information with patients around the world. For many years, Digital Attic has assisted in putting on this event. In early 2021, the conference was put on virtually with our team monitoring the screens and making certain the event went smoothly. We are extremely grateful and proud to be a part of such an amazing event!