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2021 TSF Grant Recipients

Posted by: The Sumaira Foundation in News & Announcements

December 1, 2021 — The Sumaira Foundation is proud to announce the grant recipients of TSF’s 2021 SPARK and Unicorn grants. Congratulations to our 5 recipients who each received $25,000 to initiate their research projects! HLA Association in Pediatric MOG-AD, NMOSD, and ADEM 2021 Unicorn Grant recipient Nusrat Ahsan, MD | Children’s Hospital of Los […]

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NMO Awareness Month with TSF!

Posted by: The Sumaira Foundation in News & Announcements

Let’s celebrate! March is NMO Awareness Month and we’re proud to share all of the ways you can get involved and help illuminate the darkness of neuromyelitis optica Join the Campaign Our #IYKYK NMO campaign will last all month long! Be part of the campaign by downloading and sharing our custom media assets on your social […]

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ANNOUNCEMENT | The NMO Clinic & Research Laboratory at MGH (Boston)

Posted by: The Sumaira Foundation in News & Announcements

The NMO Clinic and Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital November 7, 2019 – Three board members of The Sumaira Foundation for NMO, Dr. Michael Levy, Dr. Marcelo Matiello, and Gabriela Romanow, are formally announcing the creation of  The NMO Clinic and Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). The Clinic is founded on three […]

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Dr. Tracey Cho’s NMO Story – Teaching Future Neurologists That NMO is a “Do Not Miss” Diagnosis

Posted by: The Sumaira Foundation in NMO, Professional, Voices of NMO

My name is Tracey Cho. I am a neurologist and a teacher. I specialize in autoimmune and infectious neurology, treating diseases like NMO, NMDA receptor encephalitis, HSV encephalitis, chronic meningitis, and neurosarcoidosis. I have also been a clerkship director (teaching medical students neurology) and residency director (mentoring neurologists in training). I have spent most of […]

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