Dr. Ann Yeh is Co-Director of the Pediatric MS and Demyelinating Disorders Center of Excellence at SUNY Buffalo, where she also co-directs the Child Neurology residency training program. She is a pediatric neurologist specializing in Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis. Her clinical research interests focus on therapies and outcomes in pediatric demyelinating disorders. She received her Pediatric training at McMaster University and her Child Neurology training at SUNY Buffalo. She received her undergraduate degree from Harvard University, master’s degree from McGill University, and MD from McMaster University.
The Flaherty family has been has been navigating the complexities of pediatric MS since their young daughter first became ill in July of 2006. They became patients of Dr. Yeh in April of 2007.