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TISCH MS RESEARCH CENTER OF NEW YORK ANNOUNCED
Leading Research Center for Multiple Sclerosis Takes Name of Benefactors
New York, NY- February 26, 2013- The Board of Directors of the Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York (MSRCNY) today announced the re-naming of the institution as the Tisch MS Research Center of New York. Representing a new model of healthcare, the research center, coupled with its clinical affiliate, the International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice (IMSMP), is the largest MS facility in the world with over 80,000 square feet at its Manhattan location and serves patients from over 45 countries and five continents.
The name change, which is effective immediately, is a reflection of Bonnie and Dan Tisch’s long standing support for the research center and an indication of their continued philanthropy to support the Center’s mission of unraveling the mysteries of MS at both the cellular and molecular level and ultimately finding a cure.
“We are truly honored and grateful for the tremendous generosity of the Tischs and this recognition of the outstanding research being conducted at our Center,” stated Dr. Saud A. Sadiq, Director and Senior Research Scientist. “We are confident the Tisch MS Research Center of New York will continue to set the exemplary standard of MS healthcare and perform ground-breaking experiments as we find the key to unlocking the cause of multiple sclerosis.”
ABOUT TISCH MS RESEARCH CENTER OF NEW YORK
For over twenty years, Dr. Saud A. Sadiq believed that combining clinical care excellence with innovative research targeted at finding the cure for multiple sclerosis would garner the funding, growth and respect it deserved. Today, the Tisch MS Research Center of New York represents this model of healthcare where your doctor is also your researcher. Dr. Sadiq helps people with MS by conducting cutting-edge, patient based research to ensure unparalleled care for patients. The close relationship of the non-profit research center and the clinical practice (IMSMP) helps to test new treatments for MS and easily moves research discoveries from bench side to bedside. The Tisch MS Research Center of New York aims to identify the trigger, optimize the treatment and repair the damage caused by multiple sclerosis.