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Webinar: The “Why” Behind MS — Exploring Genetic and Environmental Factors

A multiple sclerosis diagnosis can leave many patients asking the question, “Why did this happen to me?” This conversation reviews the complicated etiology of Multiple Sclerosis, focusing on the genetic and environmental factors that we know play a role in the development of MS.

Research and ongoing studies are mentioned often in this presentation. If you’d like more information on Research efforts at the MS Center at CU, please visit the Department of Neurology’s website for details and contact info: https://medschool.cuanschutz.edu/neurology/research/studies/neuroimmunology


Dr. Molly Moehlman, Rocky Mountain MS Center Neuroimmunology Fellow, is an army brat by background with many family ties to Colorado. She completed her medical school training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School before going to the east coast for her pediatric neurology residency at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. She has been loving her time in Colorado during her neuroimmunology fellowship at the University of Colorado and Colorado Children’s Hospital. When she is not at the hospital, Molly enjoys spending time with her husband and cats and enjoys a wide range of activities including hiking, knitting, and playing golf.

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