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Devon Conway, MD is a Staff Neurologist in the Neurological Institute’s Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Conway also sees patients at the Fairview Hospital Neurological Institute. He received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University and also completed his neurology residency at Case Western Reserve University. He completed a neuroimmunology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Mellen Center during which time he was a National Multiple Sclerosis Society Sylvia Lawry fellow. He also completed a master's degree in clinical research from Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Conway’s research interests include clinical trials and outcomes based research. He is involved in several clinical trials at the Mellen Center serving in multiple roles including site principal investigator and examining neurologist. He is also a past recipient of the Neurological Institute Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation scholar award.
Dr. Conway is also an assistant professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. Hear about new treatment and approaches to controlling Multiple Sclerosis. With 12 approved agents by the United States FDA, hear from MS specialist Devon Conway, MD on what to start a patient on. New treatments and approaches to controlling MS Listen to other Cleveland Clinic specialists
Multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, and transverse myelitis
Awards & Honors
Sylvia Lawry Physician Fellowship Award from the National MS Society, 2009-2011
American Academy of Neurology
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