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Thomas P. Leist, MD, PhD

Thomas P. Leist, MD, PhD

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900 Walnut Street
Suite 200
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6871
(215) 503-2990 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Therapy Optimization in Multiple Sclerosis: A cohort study of therapy adherence and risk of relapse
  2. Expression of GM-CSF in T cells is increased in multiple sclerosis and suppressed by IFN-β therapy
  3. Therapy optimization in multiple sclerosis: A prospective observational study of therapy compliance and outcomes
  4. Effect of oral cladribine on time to conversion to clinically definite multiple sclerosis in patients with a first demyelinating event (ORACLE MS): A phase 3 randomised trial
  5. Relevance of MOA in MS treatment efficacy
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  7. Novel therapeutics in multiple sclerosis management: clinical applications.
  8. Multitasking in multiple sclerosis: Can it inform vocational functioning?
  9. Cladribine: Mode of action and implications for treatment of multiple sclerosis
  10. Magnetic resonance imaging and treatment effects of multiple sclerosis therapeutics
  11. Human optic nerve DTI with EPI geometric distortion correction
  12. Thickness of retinal nerve fiber layer correlates with disease duration in parallel with corticospinal tract dysfunction in untreated multiple sclerosis
  13. Toward a practical protocol for human optic nerve DTI with EPI geometric distortion correction
  14. When metals compete: A case of copper-deficiency myeloneuropathy and anemia
  15. Phase Labeling Using Sensitivity encoding (PLUS): Data acquisition and image reconstruction for geometric distortion correction in EPI
  16. Geometric distortion correction in EPI by phase labeling using sensitivity encoding (PLUS)
  17. Multiple sclerosis risk after optic neuritis: Final optic neuritis treatment trial follow-up
  18. A phase I trial of interleukin-12/23 monoclonal antibody in relapsing multiple sclerosis (Current Medical Research and Opinion (2006) 22, 9, (1671-1678) DOI: 10.1185/030079906X120931)
  19. The potential role for cladribine in the treatment of multiple sclerosis: Clinical experience and development of an oral tablet formulation
  20. Commentary I: Pathophysiologic construct for neuronal degeneration/ regeneration in multiple sclerosis