Clinical and clinical research fellowships in Multiple Sclerosis for one to two years with the Beth Israel Deaconess MS Clinic Director, Dr. R.P. Kinkel. Training may be primarily clinical or a combination of clinical and research. The later track usually involves course work to attain a masters degree in clinical research methodology, epidemiology and/or biostatistics. There is ample opportunity to work in the laboratory, on pharmaceutical-supported trials and investigator-initiated research. Opportunities exist to work with other MS specialists as well. The MS Clinic fosters an interdisciplinary approach with urology, psychiatry, physical therapy, social work, neuroophthalmology and neuroradiology integrated within the program.