The content of the meeting includes state-of-the-art information on the latest research on hormonal changes and MS, influence of pregnancy and lactation on disease activity, pregnancy data from MS studies, hormonal research in multiple sclerosis, treating pregnant women with active relapse or aggressive disease and much more. Recent findings in multiple sclerosis research, suggest that pregnancy can protect against inflammation within the CNS in MS patients.
The UMASS MS Center is proud to partner with national and international thought-leaders, MS professionals who work in translational research, clinical research, community service, and education. Our faculty will challenge, refresh and recharge your clinical knowledge base. Each lecture will be a thoroughly useful state-of-the-art summary.
Our meeting is unique in bringing together all groups committed to improving the lives of people with MS
- Identify key concepts of the immunologic disease processes associated with multiple sclerosis.
- Learn about cutting-edge hormonal influence research and MS.
Riley Bove, MD
Jonathan Cahill, MD
Kristina Deligiannidis, MD
Maria Houtchens, MD
Carolina Ionete, MD, PhD
Peter Riskind, MD, PhD