◂  March 2017

Aging Related Neurological Disorders

Published by: aaron


Nikkei Manor
700 6th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98104




Lindsey Ismailova

The Washington Pioneer Network Conversation Café welcomes Dr. Gary Stobbe, who will discuss maximizing brain function and quality of life when living with MS and lead a Q & A on current trends in MS therapy.

Gary Stobbe, MD is a Board Certified Neurologist sub-specializing in the field of cognitive and behavioral neurology. He earned his BS in psychobiology from UCLA in 1985, and his MD from Albany Medical College in 1989, before completing his neurology residency at UCLA in 1993. Dr. Stobbe joined the University of Washington faculty in 2008 and is Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, specializing in multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, and autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Stobbe is a member of the Pacific Northwest MS Alliance, serves on the professional advisory boards of the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington and the Autism Society of Washington, and was a founding Commissioner on the City of Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities. Dr. Stobbe has participated as principle investigator in numerous MS-related clinical trials and is attending neurologist at the UW Medicine MS Center.

$15 to Washington Pioneer Network includes appetizers and drinks. Two DSHS approved CEU’s are awarded at session end.

Please pre-register if you plan to attend.


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