Study coordinator team assesses patient who is receiving an infusion of an investigational drug. It is the patient’s second year as part of the study. From left to right: Urmi Mange, Natalie Schanzer, patient and Olga Novak.

Our mission at the center is to combat multiple sclerosis and other demyelinating and autoimmune diseases of the central nervous system through patient care, research and education.

Patients of the center who need diagnostic testing or inpatient admission will be seen at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, located adjacent to the campus of Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a leader in the region and was nationally ranked in ten specialties in the 2021-2022 U.S. News and World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” list.

Driving directions

St. Louis Children’s Hospital is located in midtown St. Louis on the Washington University Medical Center campus, across from historic Forest Park.

Take Hwy 40/64 to Kingshighway Blvd, go north to the stoplight intersection of Children’s Place and turn right (east) into the parking garage.

Families and guests can park in the hospital’s visitor parking garage at the intersection of Kingshighway Blvd. and Children’s Place. After turning east on Children’s Place from Kingshighway, make an immediate right into the garage. Once you’ve parked your vehicle, take the elevator to the second floor walkway. Patients of the MS center are seen in Suite C. If you need additional help, the information desk is on your left as you enter the hospital.

For additional information regarding your visit to St. Louis Children’s Hospital, please contact Guest Services at 314-454-2615.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital campus map