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Precision Medicine Centers of Excellence: Multiple Sclerosis

Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Center of Excellence for Multiple Sclerosis

As part of Johns Hopkins inHealth, where precision medicine equals individualized health, the Precision Medicine Center of Excellence for Multiple Sclerosis is dedicated to providing targeted diagnoses and treatments. We know every person with multiple sclerosis (MS) is unique and believe every course of treatment should be designed to work effectively for an individual’s distinctive needs, lifestyle and medical history.

Infographic for Precision Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis: What you need to know. By applying precision medicine approaches to multiple sclerosis, we aim to 1, identify the anticiapted progress of your disease more exactly from the start, 2, predict which treatments will be the most successful, and 3, advance treatment approaches.

Noninvasive Imaging Technology Helps Identify Your Risk

A simple imaging test of your retina – the light-sensitive tissue that lines the back of the eye – enables Johns Hopkins physicians to identify the likelihood of rapid disease progression, and may also help determine your best course of treatment. This test, called optical coherence tomography (OCT), has been fine-tuned and validated here at Johns Hopkins.

Individualized Care that Advances MS Research with Every Visit

Along with innovative diagnostic tests that help our team precisely identify your type of MS, patients at the Precision Medicine Center of Excellence receive extensive imaging, lifestyle assessments and reviews of their medical history.

By seeking care here and partnering with us, you are contributing to our understanding of MS, helping ensure that our treatments only improve over time.

Health Library: Multiple Sclerosis

For more information about this chronic disease affecting the central nervous system, visit the Johns Hopkins Health Library.

Continuing Innovations in Care

The Multiple Sclerosis Center provides an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan to help patients properly manage multiple sclerosis.

Learn more about the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center.

Request an Appointment

Maryland patients: 410-614-1522.

U.S. patients outside of Maryland: 855-695-4872 or use our secure online form.

International patients:
+1-410-502-7683 or use our secure online form.

Multiple Sclerosis Research at Johns Hopkins

Hear from Dr. Peter Calabresi, director of the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center, about the research being done to develop new diagnostic and treatment options for MS. Check out Hopkins Medicine magazine to learn more about our work to fine tune therapy for multiple sclerosis, track moods via texts and more.

Request an Appointment

Maryland patients: 410-614-1522.

U.S. patients outside of Maryland: 855-695-4872 or use our secure online form.

International patients:
+1-410-502-7683 or use our secure online form.