Where there is no MS: Absence of disease or absence of expertise?

Join us May 15 for the next Global Neurology Forum program, Where there is no MS: Absence of disease or absence of expertise? Participate by videoconference (Zoom) for remote participants or in person at University of California, San Francisco (Mission Hall, 1407). 

The Global Neurology Forum series provides an opportunity for learning and dialogue about the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions. The forum aims to help participants from across the globe, including in remote areas, think holistically about responding to challenges in brain health and consider how to change the perception of neurological disease worldwide.

RSVP by Friday, May 10 to receive Zoom link and details. 



  • Riley Bove, MD MMSc, Assistant Professor, Neurology, UC San Francisco
  • Deanna Rae Saylor, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor, Neurology; Associate Director, Neurological Consultation Service, The Johns Hopkins University

Participants will learn about: 

  • The clinical presentation of multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Limitations in diagnosis of complex neurological diseases in resource-limited settings
  • Reasons to challenge conventional understanding of neurological disease prevalence

Sponsored by the UCSF Global Teleneurology Service & Global Brain Health Institute


Questions? Contact: camellia.rodriguez-sackbyrne@ucsf.edu

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 8:00am to 9:30am

Mission Hall, 1407
550 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94158

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School of Medicine


Students, Postdocs, Faculty, Staff, Alumni

Memory and Aging Center, Department of Neurology, UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences
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