Videos

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​November 21, 2013

Depression and Exercise for People with Multiple Sclerosis

This program features one of the leading researchers from the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Research and Training Center, Dr. Charles Bombardier. Dr. Bombardier is a psychologist who is an expert on depression in MS. He will discuss the prevalence of depression in MS and ways in which it can be evaluated and managed, including the role of exercise in its management.
​November 13, 2013

Multiple Sclerosis and Palliative Care: Improving Quality of Life, Part 1

Researchers have made incredible strides toward understanding, controlling and managing the complex condition of Multiple Sclerosis. The field of palliative care is also expanding to focus on improving quality of life for patients and families coping with serious illness.

​​July 12, 2013​​

UW Medicine's Mul​tiple Sclerosis Center Overview

Dr. Annette Wundes talks about the latest approaches to treatment and care being conducted at the UW Medicine Multiple Sclerosis Center.

July 05, 2013

Multiple Sclerosis and Palliative Care: Improving Quality of Life, Part 2

Researchers have made incredible strides toward understanding, controlling and managing the complex condition of Multiple Sclerosis. The field of palliative care is also expanding to focus on improving quality of life for patients and families coping with serious illness.
W Medicine's Multiple Sclerosis Center and the

​August 01, 2012​

Multiple Sclerosis from A to Z

In partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the University of Washington’s Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center presents a lecture series about MS from A to Z. UW researchers as well as nationally- and internationally-renowned experts explore multiple sclerosis, from its history to pain management to employment for those living with the disease.