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Monday, February 18, 2013

Stony Brook Medicine - Dept of Neurology - Teleconference Series

Multiple Sclerosis

Teleconferences are presented by Lauren B. Krupp, MD. Dr. Krupp is a Professor of Neurology, Psychology and Pediatrics at Stony Brook Medicine, and is an internationally recognized expert in multiple sclerosis. She is the Director of the Lourie Center for Pediatric MS at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital and the Co-Director of the adult MS Comprehensive Care Center at Stony Brook Medicine. Dr. Krupp is a principal investigator for numerous research studies on MS.

7:00 pm
Thursday, February 21 — pediatric
Wednesday, March 27 — adult
Wednesday, April 24 — pediatric
Thursday, May 16 — adult

To register - please call 631-444-7832
for any or all dates

Ask the expert your MS questions.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), these free teleconferences are an excellent opportunity to hear about the latest clinical research and ask questions of a world-renowned expert in the field. 

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