Dr. Sharon Stoll is a board certified neurologist, she is a multiple sclerosis specialist and assistant professor, in the department of neurology at Yale School of Medicine. She completed her neurology residency training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and her Neuroimmunology fellowship at Yale New Haven Hospital. Dr. Stoll continues to play an active role in academic development and continuing medical education and serves as the course director for Yale’s annual MS CME program. She is an investigator on several international multi-center clinical trials and currently serves on several advisory boards including BeCare MS Link, Forepont Capital Partners, One Touch Telehealth and JOWMA. Dr. Stoll has received numerous awards including the Rodney Bell teaching award and is a national multiple sclerosis society clinical fellowship grant recipient. Dr. Stoll also spent time as a medical editor at ABC news headquarters and is currently medical editor for several media sources including: Healthline, MSNBC as well as a medical commentator for multiple media outlets. She has most recently served as the keynote speaker for the annual “Women in Science Symposium” at the Hungarian Consulate and on an academic podium for Nancy Davis MS foundation. Dr. Stoll is an internationally renowned speaker and patient advocate.