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    The Scarlet and Gray MS Community is designed to connect you to the information, resources and support you need. 

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    Experts at The Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Center are dedicated to providing personalized, targeted diagnosis and treatments for MS.

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    Thanks for joining us at the 2017 Walk MS: Columbus. Together, we will end MS forever.

The Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Center is a dedicated center for people with MS and their families. We help patients manage their multiple sclerosis by offering classes, lectures and events that bring the Scarlet and Gray MS Community together.

Educational Events

Scarlet & Gray MS Education Day:
Personalized and Precision Medicine in Multiple Sclerosis

Stay tuned for the next Scarlet & Gray MS Education Day event for people with MS and their families.

Welcome
Jaime Imitola, MD
Maximizing Independence Through the Use of Assistive Technology
Video Game Rehabilitation for Multiple Sclerosis


Morning Session: For MS Practitioners

7:30 a.m.      Registration and Breakfast  
      Participants can view posters regarding MS research and clinic trials while interacting with scientists and clinicians.  
         
8:25 a.m.     Welcome
 
      Jaime Imitola, MD  
         
8:30 a.m.     Comprehensive Care in MS: The OSU Scarlet and Gray Community of Providers
 
      Briana Read, PT, DPT
 
         
9 a.m.     Personalized and Precision Medicine in MS: Principle and Goals for Long-term Management in Practice
 
      Jaime Imitola, MD  
         
9:30 a.m.      Complex Clinical Decision Making in MS therapy: Personalized Approach
 
      Michael K. Racke, MD
 
         
10 a.m.     Break  
         
10:15 a.m.      Customizing Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation Programs for People with MS    
      Jared C. Braden, PT, DPT, NCS   
         
10:40 a.m.     Therapeutic Interventions for Cognitive/Communication, or Swallowing Changes in Persons with MS: The Role of the SLP   
      Kendrah T. Betz, MA, CCC-SLP    
         
11:05 a.m.     Adapting to Life with MS, Emotional Challenges and Wellness Initiatives   
      Nancy Mason, LISW-S
 
         
11:20 a.m.     MS and the Pelvic Floor: Getting back Bowel and Bladder Control   
      Stephanie McIntosh, PT, DPT, WCS   
         
12:05 p.m.     Ask the Experts Session  
      Moderator: Christine Bogda, CNP   
         
12:45 p.m.     Adjourn

Accreditation Statement:
The Ohio State University Center for Continuing Medical Education (CCME) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
AMA Credit Designation Statement:
The Ohio State University Center for Continuing Medical Education (CCME) designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit (s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

REGISTER HERE FOR THE MORNING SESSION


CCME Questions? Please contact Hannah McConnell 614-293-8061.




Afternoon Session: For MS Patients and Families

1 p.m.      Registration and Lunch  
      Participants can view posters regarding MS research and clinical trials while interacting with scientists and clinicians  
         
1:30 p.m.     Welcome  
      Jaime Imitola, MD  
         
1:35 p.m.      Maximizing Independence Through the Use of Assistive Technology
 
      Theresa Berner, OTR/L, ATP; Kaitlin Finch, OTR/L   
         
2:10 p.m.     Changing Your MS Medication and Managing Disease Activity in MS   
      Robert Fallis, MD  
         
2:40 p.m.     Break
       
 2:50 p.m.     Let’s talk: Getting more out of your visit with your MS provider   
      Christine Bogda, CNP   
         
3:15 p.m.     Video Game Rehabilitation for Multiple Sclerosis   
      Lynne Gauthier, PhD  
         
3:40 p.m.
  Promoting Cognitive Health in MS: Going Beyond a Deficit-based Neuropychological Assessment   
      Ruchika Prakash, PhD   
         
4:05 p.m.     Break  
         
4:10 p.m.     Ask the Experts Session  
      Moderator: Christine Bogda, CNP   
         
5 p.m.     Afternoon Sessions Adjourn 

During registration and breaks, participants are invited to view posters, learn about clinical trial opportunities and get a walking assessment in the Spin Room from Outpatient Rehab physical therapists.

REGISTER HERE FOR THE AFTERNOON SESSION




Cost: Free, but registration is required. Morning session attendees (providers) should register here. Afternoon session attendees (patients) should register here.
Location: The Ohio State University Biomedical Research Tower, Room 115, 460 W 12th Avenue
Parking: Available nearby in the 12th Avenue Parking Garage, 340 W 12th Avenue

Please RSVP with your name to Stephanie.Scarberry@osumc.edu

Cost: Free, but registration is required. 

Location: The Ohio State University Biomedical Research Tower, Room 115, 460 W 12th Avenue

Parking: Available nearby in the 12th Avenue Parking Garage, 340 W 12th Avenue

Please RSVP with your name to Stephanie.Scarberry@osumc.edu

Cost: Free, but registration is required. 

Location: The Ohio State University Biomedical Research Tower, Room 115, 460 W 12th Avenue

Parking: Available nearby in the 12th Avenue Parking Garage, 340 W 12th Avenue

Scarlet & Gray MS Research News

Researchers at The Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Center are committed to finding solutions for everyone affected by MS. We are a driving force of MS research. Read the latest news about multiple sclerosis research, clinical trials and more.

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At the Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Center, we treat and research MS in the hopes of stopping disease progression, restoring function and ending MS forever. 

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MS is different for everyone, and that makes it all the more challenging to solve. That's why we walk.

Thanks for joining us at the 2017 Walk MS: Columbus. We look forward to next year's event to continue to raise money for MS research. Together, we will end MS forever.

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Clinical Trials

Researchers at Ohio State’s Multiple Sclerosis Center, conducting both laboratory and clinical research, are keeping pace with — and often leading — efforts  to advance care for MS.

Clinical trials at Ohio State offer you access to the most current diagnosis, treatment and symptom management breakthroughs, sometimes years before they are commercially available.

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