At the UConn Health Multiple Sclerosis Center, we put our patients and their families first. We have a unique vision for MS and Neuroimmunology care and research. Many of us have been in our patients’ shoes, walking the complex nature of health care when our own family members struggled with neurological disease. We have seen many MS patients and families throughout the years suffer due to the lack of access to comprehensive, compassionate care and education as they deal with MS.
In an effort to find a cure, we engage in cutting-edge research to solve the puzzle of MS. We are leveraging all the clinical, scientific, and educational resources in the latest genomic, imaging technologies in our academic community; from Storrs to Farmington to collaborations with the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine to Universities in all corners of the State and beyond.
We are here to help you in your journey, and we are committed to creating a world free of MS. Learn more by visiting the website.
Jaime Imitola, M.D., FAAN
Director of Multiple Sclerosis and Translational Neuroimmunology
Vice Chair for Neurology Research, Department of Neurology