George H. Kraft, M.D., M.S., directs UW Medicine’s Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center. He is a UW professor emeritus of Rehabilitation Medicine and the first holder of the Nancy and Buster Alvord Endowed Professorship in Multiple Sclerosis.
Dr. Kraft is a well-known expert in multiple sclerosis, with a long history of clinical care and research.
Dr. Kraft earned his M.D. and M.S. from Ohio State University. Among Dr. Kraft's many research achievements are the discovery of fatigue as the most common symptom of MS and stem cell transplant treatment for MS. His clinical research focuses on developing physiological methods to identify different types of MS.
Dr. Kraft is committed to disseminating his MS research findings and teaching materials, having created over 300 publications and hosted a UWTV series.
Education and Training
University of California, San Francisco Parnassus
Ohio State University
Medical Education, 1963
Ohio State Univ Hospital
Univ. of Calif. San Francisco
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 1969, American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab