Through my years in MS, I have mentored many promising young individuals just as others mentored me. There have been disappointments when talented residents and fellows leave MS because of lack of opportunities for young faculty.
My participation at the CMSC annual meeting was an excellent networking and educational opportunity as I am starting my MS fellowship. There were good non-biased presentations on different aspects of MS care.”
The sessions that provided the most professional value to me were (more…)
I primarily attended the conference to improve my knowledge and understanding of MS. Both during and after my residency, I feel better equipped and more comfortable trying new treatments for my MS patients. It is not possible to learn everything about MS just by reading journals, which is why it was so important to learn directly from the experience of experts who’ve been treating MS for (more…)
Being able to participate at the CMSC annual meeting has been a wonderful and extremely helpful experience. It has further increased my interest in the field of MS, realizing the true scale of ongoing MS research and innovation in the management. I am considering a fellowship in MS and participating in this meeting has further reinforced that idea.
I attended the MASTER MS course and it was probably the best educational experience I have had as a resident. It was well-run and the faculty were amazing. It was truly an honor to have such close interactions with the nation’s leaders in MD. I plan on encouraging several of our residents to apply for the course next year because of the great experience.
The meeting aided in my career path by offering an opportunity to review the most current treatment strategies and drugs in development. Other useful information included the in-depth session on symptom management. (more…)
The CMSC meeting was an excellent opportunity to expand my knowledge of multiple sclerosis pathology and treatment. During the meeting I attended several lecture symposia that exposed me to both well-established and future directions of multiple sclerosis research. (more…)