Listen to Dr. Sadiq interviewed on 1010 WINS about the research he will present at the International Adult Stem Cell Conference at the Vatican this week!


by Dr. James W. Stark

Earlier this week, Annette Funicello, an actress famous for her roles in the Mickey Mouse Club and many movies, passed away at the age of 70 due to complications from MS. Annette was reportedly diagnosed with MS in the mid-1980’s before the current era of disease-modifying drugs. Today, there is extensive research emphasizing the importance of early, effective treatment in MS to prevent these kinds of long-term complications. Mrs. Funicello was not associated...


Be sure to check our website this week for updates from the Second International Adult Stem Cell Conference: Regenerative Medicine - A Fundamental Shift in Science and Culture beginning April 11, 2013 at the Vatican.  You can also follow us on Facebook: 


Read the full press release on Dr. Sadiq's invitation to present at the Second International Adult Stem Cell Conference: Regenerative Medicine - A Fundamental Shift in Science and Culture.


The spring issue of Brain World Magazine features an article on the Tisch MS Research Center of New York and an interview with researcher, Dr. Massimiliano Cristofanilli.  To read excerpts and download the entire article go to:


Dear Patients,

The FDA has officially approved Tecfidera as of March 27, 2013. We know many patients will be interested in switching to this new oral medication. We welcome this as a potentially important new medication however a change in treatment is an important medical decision and must be discussed with your physician. Please keep in mind although the FDA has approved the medication, it is not available on the market as of yet and once made available will almost certainly...


The Tisch MS Research Center of New York has a new website! Go to to read about breaking research and the latest findings in our laboratory.


A poster on the relationship between oxidative stress and chemokines in multiple sclerosis (MS) was presented and well received last week at the American Academy of Neurology meeting in San Diego. To summarize our investigation, chemokines are known to modulate generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) at the site of inflammation. This association between ROS and inflammation, was viewed as a one-way process, i.e. immune cells activated by chemokines produced ROS. However, excessive ROS...


Researchers from your Tisch MS Research Center of New York will be presenting 4 posters at the American Academy of Neurology 2013 meeting in San Diego this week!  IMSMP Neurologists are also in attendance and will bring us updates throughout the week!



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