Ellen Lathi, MD, is the director of the MS Center at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center as well as a well-known speaker on treatment issues and wellness in multiple sclerosis. She is involved in numerous clinical trials at the center relating to the treatment of MS and is widely recognized for her clinical expertise and comprehensive approach to patient care. She also directs the MS Service Dog Program, sponsored by the NMSS, in which highly trained dogs are trained to assist patients with MS. In addition, Dr Lathi has been repeatedly recognized as one of Boston Magazine’s “Best Doctors” and one of US News and World Reports' "Top Doctors”, and she has received the prestigious Physician Health Care Professional Volunteer award from the Central New England Chapter of the National MS Society. She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, Chairman of the Clinical Advisory Committee of the Greater New England Chapter of the National MS Society and a member of the Consortium of MS Centers.
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