Annette Wundes, M.D., is a neurologist who specializes in multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Wundes' clinical and research interests include multiple sclerosis and other demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, treatment options for patients with severe or worsening multiple sclerosis and women’s health issues in multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Wundes' is an associate professor of neurology and adjunct associate professor of rehabilitation medicine at the University of Washington, Seattle. She has been on the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's board of trustees since 2011 and a committee member on the UW's Institutional Review Board since 2003. She also presents internationally on multiple sclerosis, and is actively involved in the local multiple sclerosis community.
Dr. Wundes engages in a comprehensive patient care approach, focusing on differentiating multiple sclerosis from other mimicking medical conditions. She also supports individualized, interdisciplinary symptom management and optimized disease-modifying therapies.
Personal InterestsIn addition to providing care to her patients, Dr. Wundes enjoys outdoor activities, volunteering as a beach naturalist, performing arts and gardening.
Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet , Medizinische Fakultaet
Medical education, 1995
UW - Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine
Fellowship, Multiple Sclerosis
UW - Dept. of Neurology
Kliniken der Stadt Koeln