Neda Zarghami Esfahani, MD is a neurologist who is doing her fellowship in multiple sclerosis at UW School of Medicine.
Her clinical interest is multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis, optic neuritis, autoimmune encephalitis, and other autoimmune neurological conditions.
She has been involved in several clinical research trials and leadership programs through the American Academy of Neurology.
Her goal is to provide excellent care to all patients suffering from multiple sclerosis and related disorders. The mainstay of her practice is the proper diagnosis of multiple sclerosis based on the most recent international criteria, individualized disease-modifying treatment and also multidisciplinary approach to symptomatic treatment of MS.
In her free time, Dr. Esfahani enjoys painting (watercolor and oil color), traveling, photography, and reading novels.