Announcing 2015 RNDS

The 2015 Rare Neuro-Immune Disorders Symposium will be held on Oct 23-24, 2015 at University of Texas at Southwestern campus in Dallas, TX. Click here for further details.

CRND Certification

“This certification exam will hopefully increase interest among healthcare providers in North America to learn about the unique needs of patients with rare neuroimmunologic conditions and give patients a means for identifying experts that are nearest to them.”
— Dr. Benjamin Greenberg

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2015 TMA Ask the Expert Podcast Series

Listen and Register to our Podcasts here!

Interested in participating in Clinical Studies & Trials?

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The first large-scale international study of pediatric transverse myelitis. Read more about the study here.

Read more about the importance of the study by Dr. Benjamin Greenberg here

 We are seeking over 100 patients to be followed via electronic surveys. Read more about how to enroll here.

Understanding Acute Flaccid Myelitis

Click here to read our blog posts by Dr. Benjamin Greenberg and Dr. Teri Schreiner

CDC guidelines for Treating Acute Flaccid Myelitis


Join the TMA Walk-Run-N-Roll Awareness Campaign in your City!

Help the TMA increase awareness and funds for research and programs, such as our James T. Lubin Fellowship, and our research and education programs.

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TMA Family Camp at The Center for Courageous Kids

We are excited to announce that the dates for the 2015 TMA Family Camp are from July 21 – 25, 2015 at CCK in Scottsville, KY.

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