The Multiple Sclerosis Program at Boston Medical Center provides consultation for inpatients and outpatients as well as a full range of diagnostic testing and treatment options. Our board certified neurologists care for patients with a wide range of disease severity, and follow patients longitudinally throughout their disease course. Our specialists are equipped with the latest in therapeutic options, working closely with our infusion center to provide cutting edge treatments. Our multidisciplinary group includes MS specialists, MS-nurse coordinators, neuro-radiologists, neuro-ophthalmologists, urologists, pain and neuropsychology specialists, research personnel, and physical therapists.

Areas of Expertise


  • Neuroimaging
  • Blood and optional cerebrospinal fluid tests

Selected Treatments

  • Oral, self-injectable and IV immunomodulatory treatments

Special Programs

Our multiple sclerosis program boasts a multidisciplinary approach to care. Our neurologists collaborate regularly with neuro-ophthalmologists, urologists, physiatrists, and neuroradiologists.

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Specialty Clinics


The Neurology Department offers a full spectrum of neurological care, including examination, diagnostic evaluation, consultation, treatment, comprehensive follow-up, and rehabilitation recommendations for disorders of the nervous system.

Our Team

Kerin A Flanagan, NP

Instructor of Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Massachusetts

General Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis

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William A Tosches, MD

Associate Professor, Boston University School of Medicine

General Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis

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Pria Anand, MD

Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Medicine

Hospital-Based Neurology, Neuro-Infectious Diseases, Autoimmune Encephalitis, HIV, General Neurology

Research Overview

Our MS specialists are clinician-researchers. Our neurologists contribute regularly to the scientific literature on the latest in diagnosis and treatment of MS.

Residency and Fellowship Information

The multiple sclerosis division faculty participate in the education and training of residents who wish to gain experience in managing multiple sclerosis and related neuroimmunology disorders. Medical students may apply to rotate on a two-week multiple sclerosis elective. Trainees are invited to participate in case conferences specific to MS and to weekly general neurology conference which frequently feature neuroimmunology cases.