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Dr. Bandari remains responsible for providing treatments to thousands of patients in southern California with Multiple Sclerosis and other neuro-immunological diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
NEWPORT BEACH, CA, January 20, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Daniel S. Bandari, MD, of the Multiple Sclerosis Center of California and Hoag Neurosciences Institute, has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in neurology and especially in the field of Multiple Sclerosis and Neuro-Immunology.
With more than a decade of indispensable contributions to the health care sector, Daniel S. Bandari, MD, has achieved professional success as a founder and the director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center of California at the Hoag Neurosciences Institute. Proficient in neurology and multiple sclerosis, Dr. Bandari remains responsible for providing treatments to thousands of patients in southern California with Multiple Sclerosis and other neuro-immunological diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
Throughout the course of his remarkable career, Dr. Bandari has always attributed his success to his love for what he does as a clinician and researcher. He initially became involved in his profession because of the passion and dedication he found in his patients.
A shining example of success in his field, Dr. Bandari completed training as a neurologist in Southern California and his fellowship in Neuro-Immunology and Multiple Sclerosis at the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine. He has recently been inducted into the Worldwide Registry for his many achievements. An active member within his industry, he maintains affiliation with the American Academy of Neurology, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, ECTRIMS, ACTRIMS and the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. Impressively, he has received prestige "The Patients' Choice Award" for four consecutive years and has also been named "Most Compassionate Doctor" by Vitals. In the coming years, Dr. Bandari intends to continue his dedicated work as a clinician to evaluate and treat MS patients, to conduct research and clinical trials in Multiple Sclerosis, and to start educational and clinical programs for underserved populations.
For more information about the Multiple Sclerosis Center of California, please visit http://www.mscenterofcalifornia.com.
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