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Neuromyelitis Optica Research Projects

Working to restore immune tolerance for the aquaporin-4 protein in people with NMOSD by re-educating the immune system.

Transverse Myelitis Research Projects

Mutations in the gene VPS37A are associated with idiopathic transverse myelitis. We are working to understand why.

MOG Antibody Disease Research Projects

Multiple approaches to understanding the newest antigen specific demyelinating disease, and finding new therapies to treat it.

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About NMO Clinic and Research Lab

The NMO Clinic and Research Laboratory at Mass General is the first home in New England for patients with NMO, MOG (Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein) spectrum disorders, transverse myelitis and other rare autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system. Here, we specialize in these rare conditions – they are not an afterthought.

In our clinic, you can expect to see physicians who work at the vanguard of their fields. You could join us in increasing awareness about your particular disease. And you may find community with others who suffer from similar ailments. We hope you will take part in our surveys, donate to our biobank, and maybe even participate in a clinical trial, becoming a part of the solution to your own disease.

Michael Levy, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Director, The NMO Clinic and Research Laboratory
Research Director, Division of Neuroimmunology & Neuroinfectious Disease
Massachusetts General Hospital

Email: mlevy11@mgh.harvard.edu

Gabriela Romanow

Administrator for Community Relations
Clinical Research Coordinator
The NMO Clinic and Research Laboratory

Email: gromanow@mgh.harvard.edu

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