OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center Events

Upcoming events for providers

6th Annual MS and CNS Neuroimmunology Symposium 2023

This symposium will provide health care professionals the information needed to identify, refer, treat and/or implement practice changes to improve the care of patients with neuroimmunological disorders.
Who should attend: Neurologists, neuroimmunologists, rheumatologists, ophthalmologists, neurosurgeons, physicians, nurse practitioners, rehabilitation including physical and occupational therapists, researchers and other medical professionals in the field of neuroimmunological disorders are invited to attend.

Upcoming events for patients

June At the Frontier & Beyond: Multiple Sclerosis 2024

Join the OHSU MS Center for an educational half-day conference that provides practical information about managing, treating and living with MS. People living with MS and those who support them are invited to attend.

Event archive

At the Frontier & Beyond: Multiple Sclerosis recordings

An annual half-day conference providing practical information about managing, treating and living with MS.

At the Frontier & Beyond: MS 2023
2023 topics included:

  • Stress and Autoimmunology
  • Rehabilitation Options for MS
  • Treatment Update in MS
  • Research update in MS

At the Frontier & Beyond: MS 2022
2022 topics included:

  • Aging with MS
  • Neuroradiology
  • MS treatment
  • Research update

At the Frontier & Beyond: MS 2021
2021 topics included:

  • COVID-19 and MS: the current state
  • Cognition and healthy brain aging with MS
  • Disease-modifying therapies for MS
  • Research update

COVID-19 webinar recordings

For patients

  • Referral: To become a patient, please ask your doctor for a referral.
  • Questions: For questions or follow-up appointments, call 503-494-7772.


Parking is free for patients and their visitors.

Center for Health & Healing Building 1, eighth floor
3303 S.W. Bond Ave.
Portland, OR 97239
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Brain/nerve clinical trials

Clinical trials allow patients to try a new test or treatment.