Join Dr. Galetta on 4/18 to learn about the importance of visual outcomes in neurological disease.

Posted: 04/15/2021
Category: Members in the News

Presidential Plenary Session: Visual Outcomes in Neurological Disorders at the AAN 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

The H. Houston Merritt Lecture is awarded biennially to a leading expert on a clinically relevant research subject. This year, Steven L. Galetta, MD, will discuss the importance of testing vision in multiple sclerosis and concussion. Dr. Galetta will explain how several decades of innovative research led by faculty and trainees at NYU Langone Health supports the concept that use of a visual endpoint can reveal hidden disability, aid in demonstrating the benefits of therapy, and potentially help predict future disability.

The H. Houston Merritt Lecture is part of the Presidential Plenary Session to be held Sunday, April 18, from 10:00 am-1:00 pm ET.

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