The McCourt Foundation’s Educational Update

Saturday, March 12, 2022 at the Marriott Boston Quincy

In-person and virtual participation Join us for three free information sessions and hear from top doctors on progress in Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and Alzheimer's research, treatment, and resource development.  

This is a completely free event for patients, caregivers and medical professionals. Each session is 9 minutes long and includes 30 minutes of presentations and a hour interactive Q&A. 

 This is an in-person event with the option to view via online zoom webinar (non-interactive). If you are participating via zoom, please submit your questions for the presenters on the registration form.

Schedule of Sessions

Alzheimer’s Disease Session

10am-11:30am EST; 1.5 hours

Speaker & Moderator: Howard Weiner, MD (BWH), “An Update on the Alzheimer’s Vaccine Trial”  

Speaker & Panelist: Alberto Serrano-Pozo, MD, PhD (MGH), “Contributions of Glial Cells to Alzheimer’s Disease” 

Panelist: Catherine Munro, MD (BWH) 

ALS Session

12pm-1:30pm EST; 1.5 hours

Speaker & Moderator: Sabrina Paganoni, MD, PhD (MGH), “Updates on ALS: Emerging Treatments and Innovative Clinical Trials” 

Speaker & Panelist: Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne, MD, PhD (MGH), “Emerging Preclinical Models and Therapeutic Development for ALS” 

Speaker & Panelist: James Berry, MD, MPH (MGH)

Multiple Sclerosis Session

2pm-3:30pm EST; 1.5 hours

Speaker & Moderator: Eric Klawiter, MD, MSc (MGH), “The Epstein-Barr virus and Multiple Sclerosis” 

Speaker & Panelist: Nancy Sicotte, MD, FAAN (Cedars-Sinai), “Managing Multiple Sclerosis in the COVID era: Updates and lessons learned”  

Speaker & Panelist: Michael Levy, MD, PhD (MGH), “If I don’t have MS, what else could it be? Differential diagnosis of MS/NMO/MOG” 

Register For The Educational Update