Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center

The Cedars-Sinai Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center unites unparalleled expertise with world-class research and a heartfelt, caring approach to help patients with multiple sclerosis and related disorders not only manage their symptoms, but flourish.

Leading the way at the Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center is Director Nancy Sicotte, MD, whose research into the many ways multiple sclerosis can affect the lives of patients helps her approach each case with experience and a dedication to personalized care.

The center has been designated as a Partner in MS Care—Comprehensive Care Center by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Michelle Constantine, a young artist and educator, uses her talents to express her personal journey through paintings and other artistic endeavors.

Tysabri injections offer leading-edge therapy for hard-to-treat multiple sclerosis.

second opinion, rare immune disorder, medical issue Sarah Bowe, neurology, disgnosis

In 2018 Sarah Bowe woke up with a tingling sensation throughout her lower body. What happened next resulted in a misdiagnosis of MS landing instead on a rare and only recently identified neuroimmune disorder called MOG antibody-associated disease.

Hyun W. Bae, MD

Meet the Director

"Patients with multiple sclerosis can live full and active lives with the right treatment and care."

Nancy Sicotte, MD

Community involvement is fundamental to MS Center’s mission.

Research at Cedars-Sinai focuses on better care for MS and depression.