Clinical research has been instrumental in revolutionizing treatment of multiple sclerosis. Through rigorously conducted research trials we now have therapies that are both more highly effective and safer than ever before, and more are on the way. The Elliot Lewis Center has been at the forefront of cutting-edge clinical research. Our research arm, called Dragonfly Research, was so named because the dragonfly is a symbol of happiness, power, and positive change.
Dragonfly Research conducts multiple clinical trials for both relapsing and progressive forms of multiple sclerosis, which examine the safety and efficacy of approved therapies or explore treatments that are not yet available. We also conduct independent studies to answer critical questions about MS that can directly benefit our patients.