Dr. Amanda Guidon is a neuromuscular neurologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. She received her medical degree from the University of Rochester and completed her Internship in Medicine (2008), and Residency in Neurology (2011) as well as Fellowship in Neuromuscular Medicine (2011-2013) at Duke University Medical Center. She completed a Masters of Public Health at the TH Chan School of Public Health at Harvard in 2021. Dr. Guidon is board certified in Neurology, Neuromuscular Medicine and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
Dr. Guidon's clinical practice is dedicated to patients with neuromuscular disorders, particularly myasthenia gravis. As part of this work, she directs the Myasthenia Gravis Program at MGH and has held leadership positions regionally and nationally in MG, including serving as current chair of the medical and scientific advisory board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA) in New England. Her care was recognized by the MGFA's physician of the year award in 2020. She is dedicated to trainee education and is program director of the Mass General Brigham Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Guidon's research in outcomes, telemedicine and remote monitoring in MG has been funded by the MGFA, MG Network and NINDS. She is involved in designing and conducting clinical trials in MG. Dr. Guidon has an additional clinical and research focus in neurologic immune related adverse events (irAEs) of immunotherapy for cancer and she leads the Neuro irAE program at MGH.
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