Professor Morrow is the Associate Professor of Neurology at the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. She is the Director of the London (ON) MS Clinic.
Professor Morrow received her medical degree from the University of Calgary and completed her residency in neurology as well as a clinical fellowship in MS at the Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. She completed a 2-year research fellowship on cognition and MS at the Jacobs Neurologic Institute, Buffalo, New York, USA and received a master’s degree in epidemiology from the University of Buffalo, New York, USA.
In addition to working in an MS clinic at the London Health Sciences Center, she has also established the first MS cognitive clinic in Canada. Professor Morrow’s primary research interests are cognitive impairment in MS, treatment of relapses, and corticosteroid treatment in MS.
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