Neuro-Immunology - Multiple Sclerosis Center

Neuroimmunology Faculty Retreat
Division of Neuro-Immunology

The Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center provides comprehensive care to patients with multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, transverse myelitis, optic neuritis and other neuroimmune disorders. Expert, fellowship-trained neurologists collaborate with experienced nurses, therapists and social workers to care for patients at all stages of disease. Our state-of-the-art facility in North Haven, CT boasts easy parking and handicapped access. Advanced MRI scanners, a clinical laboratory and an infusion center are on-site.

In addition to receiving expert clinical care, patients at the Yale MS Center have the opportunity to participate in the rich and vibrant culture of biomedical research at Yale. The Center is at the cutting edge of clinical MS research and participates in numerous clinical trials. Additionally, through our collaborative efforts with Human Translational Immunology and the Department of Immunobiology, patients have the opportunity to contribute to the basic research which is fundamental to advancing our understanding of multiple sclerosis.

Facilities & Referral Info

The Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center is located at 6 Devine Street in North Haven, CT. This state-of-the-art facility boasts easy parking and handicapped access for patients. Advanced MRI scanners, a clinical laboratory and an infusion center are on-site, allowing patients the convenience of receiving all of their neurologic care in a single location.

Satellite Locations

Stamford: Yale MS physicians are available to see patients at the Yale Musculoskeletal Clinic, located at 260 Long Ridge Rd in Stamford, CT. The clinic provides easy parking and handicapped access for patients and is conveniently located approximately a 10 minute drive from I-95. Advanced MRI scanners, a clinical laboratory and an infusion center are on site. The clinic takes a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of disease, working together with physiatry, physical and occupational therapy as well as a full time MS nurse. Walking evaluations, bracing and wheelchair assessments can be performed as needed. Moreover, treatment with Botox is available on site to treat spasticity in advanced MS patients.

MS Access

We understand that the diagnosis of MS can be frightening and that a long wait to be evaluated by a specialist is frustrating. When MS is being considered, patients deserve to be evaluated, diagnosed and treated quickly. Physicians at the Yale MS Center will expedite initial visits for individuals in whom another doctor (e.g. primary care doctor, general neurologist) is concerned about a new diagnosis of MS. 

To take advantage of this, the referring doctor’s office should call our general appointment line (203-287-6100) and let the staff know that the referral is for “MS Access”.