The associate chief of the MS division and professor of neurology at the University of Pennsylvania described the relationship between artificial intelligence and medicine, and how he sees it evolving in the future.
The regional lead in clinical and translational neuroscience at Kaiser Permanente discussed subgroup findings from a study of pregnancy in women with MS which suggested that breastfeeding in the postpartum period can drastically decrease the risk of disease relapse.
The associate chief of the MS division and professor of neurology at Penn Medicine described the ongoing relationship between artificial intelligence and neurologists, and how it may evolve in the future.
The associate chief of the MS division and professor of neurology at Penn Medicine spoke to neurologist’s reliance on physical examination, and how the use of almost-rudimentary but longstanding tools allow for critical 1-on-1 time with the patient.
The regional lead in clinical and translational neuroscience at Kaiser Permanente spoke about the findings of a recent study of pregnancy in women with MS which showed no increased risk of relapse during the postpartum period.
The MS neurologist at Cleveland Clinic’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health discussed the impact that propensity score has had on real-world data analysis, the use of additional outcome measures in trials, and the increasing understanding of progressive disease.
The podiatrist and chief executive officer of Naboso Technology spoke about the potential of textured insoles to help patients with multiple sclerosis improve gait, posture, and balance.
The director of rehabilitation services at Cleveland Clinic Mellen Center for MS spoke about the impact that participation in the arts can have for individuals with multiple sclerosis in dealing with symptoms of their disease.