WELCOME

Dr.Cudkowicz

Merit Cudkowicz, MD, MSc, Director of the Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS and Chief of Neurology at Mass General, introduces our online resources.

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FEATURES

 

MGH-ALS LINK

Join The Link to stay connected to multidisciplinary care updates, the latest research trials and treatment news at Mass General and beyond.

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Contact Us

ALS Multidisciplinary Clinic in the Healey Center for ALS 
Department of Neurology
Wang Ambulatory Care Center
15 Parkman Street
8th Floor, Room 835
Boston, MA 02114

  • Clinic Phone: 617-724-3914
  •  Near Public Transit
  •  Handicapped Accessible

Hours: 9:00am - 4:30 pm

Healey Center

 


Raziel

Clinical Trials at the Healey Center for ALS

Raziel, a 46 year old mother of two with ALS, whose mother also had ALS, speaks to why she is participating in the SOD1 clinical trial at the Healey Center for ALS at Mass General, what her experience has been like and what motivates her.
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ALS clinical trial

Ezogabine Treatment Shown to Reduce Motor Neuron Excitability in ALS Patients

Brian Wainger, MD, PhD presented initial clinical trial results at the Motor Neurone Disease Association meeting.
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Eggan and Lagier-Tourrenne

Research Reveals Potential Therapeutic Targets for ALS

Congratulations to Healey Center for ALS Science Advisory Council Member and Harvard University Professor Kevin Eggan, PhD, whose latest research suggests a new approach for developing a potential therapy for ALS. Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, also reveals related results in her recently published paper.


 

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    Massachusetts General Hospital has been consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report and is ranked across all 16 specialties.

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