Fred Lublin, MD
- PROFESSOR | Neurology
Fred D. Lublin, MD is the Saunders Family Professor of Neurology and the Director of the Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He is an internationally renowned authority on the scientific and clinical aspects of MS; he is also one of the foremost authorities regarding experimental therapies.
Dr. Lublin is a neuroimmunologist and as such has a special interest in immune functions and abnormalities that affect the nervous system. He has been involved in both and clinical and basic science research.
Dr. Lublin was chairman of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (USA) advisory committee on clinical trials of new MS drugs; and he is currently chair of the Clinical Advisory Committee of the New York City Chapter of the National MS Society.
Dr. Lublin is a member of many professional societies and advisory boards. He has published numerous scientific articles and has served as a consultant to the NIH, as well as to pharmaceutical and biotech companies in all phases of drug development, and in preparation for drug presentation to the FDA and its advisory panels.
Dr. Lublin received his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA. He completed his internship in Internal Medicine at the Bronx Municipal Hospital, Albert Einstein Medical Center, and his residency at the New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center.
Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Neuromyelitis optica
MD, Jefferson Medical College
Residency, Internal Medicine, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center
Residency, Neurology, New York Hospital
Award of Appreciation for Outstanding Academic Teaching
Attending of the Year Award
Chairman, Research Programs Advisory Committee
McEwan Visiting Professorship & Lecture in Neurology
Goodman AD, Bethoux F, Brown TR, Schapiro RT, Cohen R, Marinucci LN, Henney HR, Blight AR. Long-term safety and efficacy of dalfampridine for walking impairment in patients with multiple sclerosis: Results of open-label extensions of two Phase 3 clinical trials. Multiple sclerosis (Houndmills, Basingstoke, England) 2015 Jan;.
Weisfeld-Adams JD, Katz Sand IB, Honce JM, Lublin FD. Differential diagnosis of Mendelian and mitochondrial disorders in patients with suspected multiple sclerosis. Brain : a journal of neurology 2015 Mar; 138(Pt 3).
Vidaurre OG, Haines JD, Katz Sand I, Adula KP, Huynh JL, McGraw CA, Zhang F, Varghese M, Sotirchos E, Bhargava P, Bandaru VV, Pasinetti G, Zhang W, Inglese M, Calabresi PA, Wu G, Miller AE, Haughey NJ, Lublin FD, Casaccia P. Cerebrospinal fluid ceramides from patients with multiple sclerosis impair neuronal bioenergetics. Brain : a journal of neurology 2014 Aug; 137(Pt 8).
Datta S, Staewen TD, Cofield SS, Cutter GR, Lublin FD, Wolinsky JS, Narayana PA. Regional gray matter atrophy in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis: baseline analysis of multi-center data. Multiple sclerosis and related disorders 2015 Mar; 4(2).
Calabresi PA, Radue EW, Goodin D, Jeffery D, Rammohan KW, Reder AT, Vollmer T, Agius MA, Kappos L, Stites T, Li B, Cappiello L, von Rosenstiel P, Lublin FD. Safety and efficacy of fingolimod in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (FREEDOMS II): a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, phase 3 trial. The Lancet. Neurology 2014 Jun; 13(6).
Oynhausen S, Alcauskas M, Hannigan C, Bencosme Y, Müller M, Lublin F, Krieger S. Emergency medical care of multiple sclerosis patients: primary data from the mount sinai resource utilization in multiple sclerosis project. Journal of clinical neurology (Seoul, Korea) 2014 Jul; 10(3).
Lublin FD. New multiple sclerosis phenotypic classification. European neurology 2014; 72 Suppl 1.
Pandey KS, Lublin FD, Miller AE, Krieger SC. Clinical Course in Multiple Sclerosis Patients Presenting with a History of Progressive Disease. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2014;(3): 67-71.
Lublin FD, Bowen J, Huddlestone J, Kremenchutzky J. Human Placenta-Derived Cells (PDA-001) for the Treatment of Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Multiple-Dose Study. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2014 September;.
Lublin FD, Cutter G, Giovannoni G, Pace a. Natalizumab Reduces Relapse Clinical Severity and Improves Relapse Recovery in MS. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2014 September;.
Lublin FD, Reingold SC, Cohen JA, Cutter GR, Sørensen PS, Thompson AJ, Wolinsky JS, Balcer LJ, Banwell B, Barkhof F, Bebo B, Calabresi PA, Clanet M, Comi G, Fox RJ, Freedman MS, Goodman AD, Inglese M, Kappos L, Kieseier BC, Lincoln JA, Lubetzki C, Miller AE, Montalban X, O'Connor PW, Petkau J, Pozzilli C, Rudick RA, Sormani MP, Stüve O, Waubant E, Polman CH. Defining the clinical course of multiple sclerosis: the 2013 revisions. Neurology 2014 Jul; 83(3).
Lublin FD, Cofield SS, Cutter GR, Conwit R, Narayana PA, Nelson F, Salter AR, Gustafson T, Wolinsky JS. Randomized study combining interferon and glatiramer acetate in multiple sclerosis. Annals of neurology 2013 Mar; 73(3).
Lublin FD. MS as a gateway disease. Journal of the neurological sciences 2013 Oct; 333(1-2).
O'Connor PW, Lublin FD, Wolinsky JS, Confavreux C, Comi G, Freedman MS, Olsson TP, Miller AE, Dive-Pouletty C, Bégo-Le-Bagousse G, Kappos L. Teriflunomide reduces relapse-related neurological sequelae, hospitalizations and steroid use. Journal of neurology 2013 Oct; 260(10).
Narayana PA, Govindarajan KA, Goel P, Datta S, Lincoln JA, Cofield SS, Cutter GR, Lublin FD, Wolinsky JS. Regional cortical thickness in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis: A multi-center study. NeuroImage. Clinical 2012; 2.
Polman CH, Reingold SC, Banwell B, Clanet M, Cohen JA, Filippi M, Fujihara K, Havrdova E, Hutchinson M, Kappos L, Lublin FD, Montalban X, O'Connor P, Sandberg-Wollheim M, Thompson AJ, Waubant E, Weinshenker B, Wolinsky JS. Diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis: 2010 revisions to the McDonald criteria. Annals of neurology 2011 Feb; 69(2).
Lublin FD, Bowen JD, Huddlestone J, Kremenchutzky M, Carpenter A, Corboy JR, Freedman MS, Krupp L, Paulo C, Hariri RJ, Fischkoff SA. Human placenta-derived cells (PDA-001) for the treatment of adults with multiple sclerosis: a randomized, placebo-controlled, multiple-dose study. Multiple sclerosis and related disorders 2014 Nov; 3(6).