The Brigham Multiple Sclerosis Center, located at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, is a leading institution in the area of multiple sclerosis, providing comprehensive patient care, innovative technology, and ongoing clinical research trials. The clinical facilities at the MS Center are designed specifically with the MS patient in mind. The MS Center has specialized exam rooms, an on-site infusion facility, and highly experienced personnel, including specially trained physicians, nurses and an on-site psychologist and social worker. A high field strength (7T) MRI scanner is available for clinical use. The Brigham MS Center is equipped to provide the best level of care for MS patients and is committed to continuous clinical and laboratory research, in an effort to discover a cure for multiple sclerosis. This web site is designed for both patients and health care professionals. It provides information for lay individuals and practice guidelines for professionals treating multiple sclerosis.
Advances in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Treatment Video - Brigham and Women's Hospital
Toward L. Weiner, MD, Director, Partners Multiple Sclerosis Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), describes research focused on improving multiple sclerosis treatment and finding a cure for this debilitating autoimmune disease.