CMSC Live: 2024 Annual Meeting Day 2

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Host Jeffrey Wilken, PhD, chats with Fred Lublin, MD; Brian Hutchinson, PT, MSCS; and Robert Motl, PhD, about the second day of the 2024 CMSC Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.

Host

  • Jeffrey Wilken, PhD
    President-Elect, Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC); assistant professor of neurology, Georgetown University; director of Research, Neuropsychology Associates of Fairfax; executive director, Washington Neuropsychology Research Group

Guests

  • Fred Lublin, MD
    Saunders Family Professor of Neurology and Director of the Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • Brian Hutchinson, PT, MSCS
    Interim Program Manager of the John A. Schafer, MD, Multiple Sclerosis Achievement Center at Dignity Health
  • Robert Motl, PhD
    Professor of Kinesiology and Nutrition and Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Illinois Chicago College of Applied Health Sciences

Segment Breakdown

  • 00:00 – Fred Lublin, MD, converses about his presidential lecture on the last 3 decades of MS therapies, what the field has learned, and what he's looking forward to at CMSC.
  • 09:04 – Brian Hutchinson, PT, MSCS, speaks about the role of physical therapists and other specialists in MS care, as well as the MS Day Program model that he and colleagues developed for patient management.
  • 16:58 – Robert Motl, PhD, discusses his favorite aspects of the annual meeting, as well as his work in the rehabilitation sector of MS care, his excitment about the younger investigators at the meeting, and a sneak peek at his talks in the coming days.
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