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2012 John L. Trotter Program - What Kids with MS are Teaching Us
Please join us as Dr. Waubant discusses advances in MS research and how studying children with MS could help us understand the disease and develop new treatments.
About The Keynote Speaker: Dr. Emmanuelle Waubant
Dr. Waubant is a Professor of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She directs the MS Fellowship Program and the Regional Pediatric MS Center at UCSF. Dr. Waubant has also served as the Nancy Davis Medical Director since 2001. Dr. Waubant received her medical degree at the University of Lille, France. She did her residency in neurology and served two years as junior faculty in the Neurology Department of Toulouse, Purpan University, France. Read more.
Emmanuelle Waubant, MD, PhD, FAAN
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2011 John L. Trotter Program - Immunology and MS
Keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Racke, Professor and Chair of the Neurology Department at Ohio State University Medical Center discusses new therapies and treatments being developed for Multiple Sclerosis and how they affect the immune system in different ways. He also describes the different aspects of the immune system and how it works and review the science and risks of taking a new drug or altering treatments in MS.
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About The Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Racke
Dr. Racke is an international leader in neurological sciences and a distinguished scholar known for his research in immunology and multiple sclerosis. Dr. Racke served on the executive committee of the Multiple Sclerosis Cooperative Research Group. He also served on the scientific advisory committee of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
He has received the prestigious Harry Weaver Neuroscience Scholarship from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Young Investigator in Multiple Sclerosis Award from the American Academy of Neurology Education and Research Foundation.
2010 John L. Trotter Program on Bone Marrow Transplants
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