MS HOPE Foundation is proud to have been invited to the Judith Jaffe Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Care & Research Center’s inaugural MS informational event: “Conversations About Multiple Sclerosis.” And you’re invited, too!
Join us on Saturday November 9th to learn about the latest in MS research, get useful tips for managing your MS, and talk to neurologists about your MS questions.
The free event is co-sponsored by the New York City-Southern New York Chapter of the National MS Society and will take place at the Weill Cornell Medical Center on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Check-in time is 8:30 am, and breakfast and lunch will be served. You can get more information and RSVP here, or call 1-800-344-4867.
Here is a rundown of the day’s discussion topics and presenters:
From Stem Cells to Myelin: How Can We Optimize Regeneration in Multiple Sclerosis?
Presented by Timothy Vartanian, MD, PhD
Taking a Closer Look at Your Brain and MS: Current Advances in MRI’s
Presented by Susan Gauthier, DO, MPH
What is Best for Me?: Navigating Through Current Therapies
Presented by Nancy Nealon, MD
What’s New?: Recent and Emerging Therapies
Presented by Jai Perumal, MD
Kids Get MS Too: What We Know About Pediatric MS
Presented by Wendy Vargas, MD
Living Well With MS: Managing Your Symptoms
Presented by Stacyann Foster, RN
Mindful Moments: Stress Management Tips and Techniques
Presented by Sarah Waxse, LCSW
For more information on the event and/or to RSVP, click here, or call 1-800-344-4867.