Alexander Duart Rae-grantMD, FRCP(C)
Dr. Alex Rae-Grant is a Board Certified Staff Neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic. He is a Professor of Medicine (Neurology) at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. His area of expertise is in multiple sclerosis and related disorders. He is involved in many educational activities at the Clinic and regionally. He has written a number of textbooks in neurology and multiple sclerosis.
He joined the staff at the Neurological Institute in 2007 and works at the Mellen Center for MS. At the Mellen Center, he directs educational efforts including website management, regional and national conferences, and patient education material development. He is active in clinical trials in the treatment of MS with the Experimental Therapeutics program at the Mellen Center. He is also the director of the Center for Continuing Education for the Cleveland Clinic.
He has written three textbooks of neurology: "Ultimate review in Neurology", "Neurology for the House Officer" and "Comprehensive Review in Clinical Neurology A Multiple Choice Question Book for the Wards and Boards", and co-edited another textbook of neurology "The 5 minute consult in Neurology". He has co-authored a textbook on Multiple Sclerosis with Dr. Jeffrey Cohen titled "Handbook of Multiple Sclerosis" and coedited another textbook with Dr. Robert Fox and Dr. Francois Bethoux entitled "Multiple sclerosis and related disorders". He is active in neurology resident education and medical student education. He serves on the Guideline Development, Dissemination and Implementation Committee of the American Academy of Neurology which develops critical guidelines for patient care in neurology.