Our Mission

The mission of the AMF is to support innovative research that will lead to improvement in the lives of those who suffer from migraine and other disorders.

The Faces of Migraines

Migraines and other disabling headache disorders are often overlooked due to their invisible nature. This project brings to the forefront everyday people who suffer on a daily basis. The goal of this project is to make the public aware of the many diverse individuals these conditions affect as well as dispelling the myth that migraines are just “a bad headache.”

Recent News

American Headache Society Past President Dr. Lawrence C. Newman presents a moving
John R. Graham Lecture on “Disabling Migraine”.

Helping a Nation in Need

Migraine is a relentless, debilitating and disabling disease. More than 36 million Americans are currently battling the disorder, however the federal government allocates very little to research each year. Here at the American Migraine Foundation, we are dedicated to the advancement of migraine research and education to improve the quality of care of those with migraine and other headache disorders. With your help, we will continue our work to improve lives and find answers.

Improving Lives Through Research

Migraine is an exceedingly common disorder that causes substantial pain, disability and societal burden. Ongoing funding is needed to support migraine research and educational efforts are needed to further improve the quality of care of those with headache.

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