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Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology

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The Multiple Sclerosis Clinic at Duke provides excellent patient care as well as clinical and basic research concerning immune diseases of the central nervous system. All of our providers have been named MS Certified Specialists by the Consortium of MS Centers.

Our providers have experience with a variety of injectable, oral, and infusion treatments for MS. They will work with you to find a therapy that meets your needs based on your symptoms and personal preferences.

Our clinic regularly participates in clinical trials to evaluate new treatments and treatment regimens for MS, including cyclosporine, beta-seron, avonex/rebif, and steroids for optic neuritis. Finally, we are an integral part of the Duke Center for Research in Autoimmunity and Multiple Sclerosis (DREAMS), a multidisciplinary group of basic and clinical researchers dedicated to improving our understanding of, and patient care for, MS and autoimmune diseases.

Latest News

Walk MS team
News  -  Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology

Walk, don’t run, for MS on March 23

Thursday, March 7, 2019
Join members of the Duke Neurology Department, individuals with multiple sclerosis, families, friends, as well as thousands of others to walk in...Read more
Neuron image courtesy NIH
News  -  Memory Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology, Stroke and Vascular Neurology

Duke Neurology Research Round Up, December 2018

Wednesday, January 2, 2019
The past 31 days saw several advances in neurological research published from members of the Duke Department of Neurology. Ying Xian, MD, PhD, co-...Read more
Year in Review
News  -  Epilepsy, Sleep, and Neurophysiology, General & Community Neurology, Headache and Pain, Memory Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology, Neurocritical Care, Neurogenetics, Neuromuscular Disease, Parkinson's Disease And Movement Disorders, Stroke and Vascular Neurology

Duke Neurology 2018: A Year in Review (Part 2 of 2)

Friday, December 28, 2018
For the Duke Department of Neurology, the second half of 2018 was as busy as the first, with the addition of three new division chiefs, more than 50...Read more