What is neurosarcoidosis?
February 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
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Michael J. Bradshaw, MD
Dr. Bradshaw graduated from Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Rochester, MN and completed his neurology residency at Vanderbilt University. He then pursued additional training in multiple sclerosis and autoimmune neurology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital of Harvard Medical School. His practice and research focus on autoimmune neurology including neurorheumatology, multiple sclerosis, neuroinfectious disease and other rare neurologic disorders. He has published extensively on topics in autoimmune neurology including neurosarcoidosis, and is recognized in the field. He has been invited to speak about rare neuroimmune disorders at multiple national and international conferences including the American Academy of Neurology, the Neurocritical Care Society and the Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association’s Annual Symposium. Dr. Bradshaw is a neurologist at Billings Clinic in Billings, MT. He is also an Assistant Professor of Neurology, Co-Director of the Center for Rare Neuroimmune Disorders, Director of Medical Education, Neurology at Roslind Franklin University of Medicine and Science and University of Washington.
Rohini D. Samudralwar, MD
Dr. Rohini Samudralwar is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology, part of the Department of Neurology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). She received her medical degree in Philadelphia at Drexel University College of Medicine and Neurology training at Baylor College of Medicine. Her sub-specialty training in Neuroimmunology was at Washington University in St. Louis where she developed her expertise in Multiple Sclerosis, Neurosarcoidosis, and Neuro-infectious Diseases.
She currently works both in the Texas Medical Center as well as in the Harris Health System. Her clinical efforts extend to all forms of neuroimmunological diseases and has a special interest in neurosarcoidosis. Her current research focuses on the relationship between inflammatory markers and hormonal changes in Multiple Sclerosis as well as system-based studies in Autoimmune Encephalitis and Neurosarcoidosis. She is the designated neurologist, part of a multi-disciplinary group of physicians, that make up the UT Sarcoidosis Clinic recognized by WASOG.
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