Welcome to the Washington University ALS Center.

We recognize that Covid-19 is a major concern for patients with ALS. We encourage you to look at the Washington University Covid-19 website for the most up-to-date information coronavirus.wustl.edu and to be in touch with your physician regarding any questions. Please know that we are working hard to protect the safety and well-being of the ALS community.

We provide quality care, state-of-the-art treatment, precision medicine, and research opportunities to patients diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.


WHAT WE DO

Best ALS Lou Gehrig's Patient Treatment Care Clinic

ALS Patient Care


Our St. Louis ALS team, consisting of physicians, clinicians, researchers and experts, collaborates to evaluate patient needs, create individualized clinical care plans, and implement recommended clinical services.

Patient Services Appointments


Clinical Trials


Clinical trials transform promising laboratory research into life-enhancing treatments. Patients at our Center have access to leading-edge clinical trials which focus on personalized medicine to improve the understanding, treatment, and prevention of ALS.

Clinical Trials & Studies

Top ALS patient clinical trials midwest region


ALS and neurodegenerative disease research lab St. Louis

Research & Precision Medicine


Our world-class team transforms cutting-edge translational research into new therapies, accelerating treatment and the search for a cure. Dr. Miller is an international leader in precision medicine for neurologic disease.

ALS Research

 


NEWS & RECOGNITION

Patient and Research Participant
Lyle Rakers; Ballwin, MO


Update #2: Impact of COVID-19 on ALS Research

Hosts: Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc, Columbia University Medical Center and Timothy M. Miller, MD, PhD, Washington University (NEALS Co-Chairs) Panelists: Richard Bedlack, MD, PhD, Duke ALS Clinic; Merit Cudkowicz, MD, Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS at Mass General Hospital; Pamela Kittrell, MSN, RN, CCRC, UT Health San Antonio; Jeffrey D. Rothstein, […]

Impact of COVID-19 on ALS Clinical Research

Hosts: Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc, Columbia University Medical Center and Timothy M. Miller, MD, PhD, Washington University (NEALS Co-Chairs) Panelists: Richard Bedlack, MD, PhD, Duke ALS Clinic; James D. Berry, MD, MPH, Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS at Mass General Hospital; Merit Cudkowicz, MD, Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS […]

 


HOW YOU CAN HELP

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Help us develop new treatments, therapies and cures.

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Clinical Trials

Participate in a trial or study that relate to the cause and treatment of ALS.

Clinical Trials

 

qoute-1ak6iea   The staff are compassionate and caring. They understand that they’re working with people, not just subjects. I pray that with their assistance one day there will be a cure for ALS.”

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Pattie H
Clinical Trial Participant

qoute-1ak6iea   Working with Dr. Miller and his team has been awesome. I was able to participate in studies, which made me feel that I was fighting the disease. I felt part of a team.”

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Helen W
Clinical Trial Participant