As a mentor in the Medical Student Research program I have to say that this Workforce of the Future program is very important and needed.  It is one of the few programs which give us the possibility of mentoring medical students and this is very important in creating the next generation of leaders in MS. (more…)

Horea Rus, MD, PhD- Professor of Neurology University of Maryland, Medical Student Research Program Mentor

I was touched by the consistent focus on the patient with MS, not just the disease. While CMSC’s focus was on education, treatment, and innovation surrounding MS, the patient was never forgotten. The respect and concern for each patient’s experience and symptoms was remarkable. Patients will benefit from the 2018 CMSC conference. 

Randy Sims LPC, BSN, RN , June Halper Nurses Scholar

As radiology resident attending the CMSC Annual Meeting stimulated my interest in Neuroradiology.  Learning about the clinical aspect of MS has really put perspectives on the importance of medical imaging finds on decision making and treatment selection.   (more…)

Anonymous, Resident Scholar and Mentorship Participant

My participation at the CMSC meeting has helped me to continue my interest in MS and apply learned techniques to treat patients with MS.  In addition, the meeting gave me insight to taking a holistic approach to treating patients. Attending the IOMSRT dinner and rehab roundtable provided me the opportunity to see what other students’ interest and career goals are and beneficial to make connections to learn from others.


Brittany Burbell, MS Rehab Student Annual Meeting Scholar

I just wanted to thank you again for the mentorship program. This was the best program I have ever attended for residents/fellows in MS. Dr. Graves and Sicotte provided us with truly relevant information on the field as well as career development. (more…)

Nina Bozinov, MD , Resident Scholar and Mentorship Participant

I am a second year resident at the University of Toledo. I was fortunate to attend this program and I am thankful to each and every one of you for giving me this opportunity to be part of MS society. I was deeply influenced seeing great work done in this specialty.  (more…)

Nurose Karim, MD, Mentorship Forum Scholar

Thank you to the FCMSC for the training opportunity. It was an amazing experience and the staff at the Cleveland clinic were outstanding. It was a unique and valuable learning opportunity that I’m grateful for. I have already begun implementing some of the things I’ve learned into my patient care.

Elizabeth Nixon, MS Rehab Scholar

The CMSC Annual Meeting in was an amazing learning opportunity for me as a MSCN candidate.  I enjoyed the fundamental classes as they gave me a good background to the clinical skills and knowledge this past year in MS clinic.  There were so many learning opportunities with the different types of programs offered. (more…)

Gilbert Gallegos, RN, MSCN, June Halper Nurse Scholar

The knowledge I gained during my mentorship was the opportunity to work with people on the cutting edge of neurology research.  I learned how to better conduct literature review and design a research project.  The team I worked with everyone brought their own perspective and expertise to the table. I really appreciated the opportunity to complete research in multiple sclerosis. (more…)

Mindy Chen, Medical Research Student Scholar

As a MS Rehabilitation Therapy Specialty Training Program Scholar I am honored to have been chosen to experience this week full of learning and exposure to this MS comprehensive care model. I am thankful for the team at the MS Clinic, OPTIMUS, South Health Campus and MS Society for welcoming us and exposing us to this unique model of care (more…)

Alexis Williams, PT,