Ingrid Loma-Miller, MD, Selected to Serve on National Medical Advisory Committee for National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Norfolk, Va., March, 4, 2019 — Ingrid Loma-Miller, MD, has been selected to serve on the National Medical Advisory Committee for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS). She is a principal investigator at Meridian Clinical Research, and is a physician at Neurology Specialists, a division of Neurology Consultants of Tidewater, PLLC in Norfolk, Va.

Dr. Loma-Miller specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis. As a member of the National Medical Advisory Committee, she will advise NMSS efforts to advance knowledge about multiple sclerosis care.

“I’m honored to be selected,” said Dr. Loma-Miller. “I’ve focused on serving multiple sclerosis patients throughout my career. In that time we’ve made enormous advancements in treatments and improved the quality of life for so many patients with multiple sclerosis. The NMSS plays a vital role in advocating for patients and supporting the research and development of new care options.”

Along with her committee members, Dr. Loma-Miller will share her thought leadership to help guide the NMSS’s comprehensive and nationwide agenda focused on enhancing access to quality care for people with multiple sclerosis. Her one-year term on the National Medical Advisory Committee will begin in April 2019.

At Meridian, Dr. Loma-Miller has led numerous clinical trials for multiple sclerosis products in development. To learn more about Dr. Loma-Miller and neurology clinical trials currently being conducted in Norfolk, Va., visit mcrmed.com.

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