Multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable neurodegenerative disease that impacts the brain and spinal cord, has been an enigma for researchers for years. Despite first being identified in the late 1800s, scientists are still scratching their heads about what causes the disease.
The Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York has been working toward finding the cause and a cure for MS since it first launched in 2006. The Center’s director and chief research scientist, Dr. Saud Sadiq, M.D., has been working toward finding the cause of the disease for over two decades. read more