Congress of ECTRIMS
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From left to right: Editor-in-Chief Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, FAAN, assistant dean, clinical curriculum, Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Education Scholar, vice chairman for education, associate professor of neurology, Weill Cornell Medical College; Associate Editor Orly Avitzur, MD, MBA, FAAN, clinical assistant professor of neurology, New York Medical College; Associate Editor Deborah A. Hall, MD, PhD, FAAN, associate professor in the department of neurological sciences, Rush University Medical Center; Associate Editor Barney J. Stern, MD, FAAN, vice chair for strategic planning in the department of neurology, Johns Hopkins University; and Stephen Krieger, MD, FAAN, director of the Mount Sinai neurology residency program and associate professor of neurology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Hot Off the Press from the 2018 Congress of ECTRIMS:
October 16—Higher Body Mass Index Is Associated with Greater Brain Gray Matter Loss in MS
October 16—Relapse After Stopping Fingolimod Occurs Frequently
October 16—Switch from Fingolimod to Alemtuzumab Proves Safe and Effective
October 16—Bile Acid Metabolism May Be a Target for MS Therapy
October 16—Disease-Modifying Treatments Needed for Ongoing Relapses in Secondary Progressive MS
October 16—Why Children with Acquired Demyelinating Syndromes Need Ongoing Testing for Anti-MOG Antibodies
October 16—Treatment of Neuromyeltis Optica Reduces Disability