Research & Patient Center

Clinicians

Clinic physicians and staff spend time with patients and their loved ones to explain the disease and current research. In addition, the team takes the time to intervene when dealing with symptoms such as difficulty with speech, swallowing, weight loss, excess salivation, sleeping, breathing, activities of daily life, mobility or pain.

The Northwestern Medicine Department of Neurology website provides additional information about patient services, physicians and more related to all departmental specialties.

Clinic Location
Lavin Pavilion
259 E. Erie St., 19th floor
Chicago, IL 60611

312 695 7950
Parking: 321 E. Erie St. Lot C and D

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Senda Ajroud-Driss, MD – Director of the Lois Insolia ALS Clinic at the Les Turner ALS Center, Associate Professor in Neurology

John Coleman III, MD – Assistant Professor in
Medicine-Pulmonary and Neurology

Scott L Heller, MD – Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology

Robert Kalb, MD – Director of the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine, Chief of Neuromuscular Medicine, Professor in Neurology

John-Michael Li, MD – Assistant Professor in Neurology


Teepu Siddique, MD – Professor in Neurology

Robert L Sufit, MD – Professor in Neurology

Lisa F Wolfe, MD – Associate Professor in
Medicine – Pulmonary and Neurology

Cosette M. Burian (Facktor), MMS, PA-C – Physician Assistant in Neuromuscular Medicine

The Foundation’s mission supports:

Support Services

Support Services

Full spectrum patient care, including the Lois Insolia ALS Clinic, Home and Community Services, an augmentative communications and medical equipment program, respite grants, support group meetings and much more.

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Research & Patient Center

Research & Patient Center

Four labs dedicated solely to groundbreaking ALS research at the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine.

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Events, Education & Awareness

Events, Education & Awareness

Local focus—Global reach. Events in various neighborhoods support ALS families in Chicago and beyond.

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Hope and help for people with ALS.

Your contribution helps support the vast majority of the Chicagoland ALS population.