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Sierra Domb is a Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS) activist and trailblazer in neuroscience, philanthropy, and communication. Her nonprofit organization, Visual Snow Initiative (VSI), is dedicated to global awareness, education, resources, patient advocacy, treatment development, and research for VSS. Sierra holds a Bachelor's of Science in Communication Studies, focusing on Behavioral Sciences, Qualitative Data Analysis, as well as Intercultural and Health Communication.

Her story and the studies VSI has funded have been featured by the following outlets:

King’s College Announces New Research Funded By The Visual Snow Initiative

Original article: Dr. Francesca Puledda Awarded $200,000 for Visual Snow Research Pictured from left to right: Viviana Santoro, Diana Wei, Amara Anderson, Kostis Christoforou, Stefania Maniataki, ...
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Visual Snow Initiative Partners With Dr. Francesca Puledda For New Research

The Visual Snow Initiative Has Exciting News To Share! Pictured from left to right: Viviana Santoro, Diana Wei, Amara Anderson, Kostis Christoforou, Stefania Maniataki, Peter ...
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Sierra Domb Explains The Importance Of Including Visual Snow Syndrome In The International Classification Of Diseases

We are excited to announce that Sierra Domb and the VSI team are currently working together with Dr. Peter Goadsby and Dr. Owen White towards the potential inclusion of ...
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