George J. Hutton, M.D.

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From an MS diagnosis to running marathons: How an experimental treatment is giving Houstonians hope Jan. 25, 2022
Since therapies for multiple sclerosis were first developed in 1994, the advancements…

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Seven M.S. symptoms to have on your radar Oct. 29, 2021
Learning the M.S. symptoms can help you spot the disease early and receive treatment. Discover the early warning signs of M.S. and how to recognize a flare-up.

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Hutton promoted to professor June 4, 2018
The FAP Committee, Academic Council, and Board of Trustees at Baylor College of Medicine have approved the promotion of George H. Hutton, M.D., from Associate Professor to Professor.
Supporting multiple sclerosis research and education at the MS 150 April 18, 2018
Dr. George Hutton shares his MS 150 memories and commitment to raise awareness and research funds for this disease.
Rivera leads MS specialists in Cuba May 19, 2017
Neurology faculty participate in the second Clinical Scientific US-Cuba MS Exchange in Havana.
Record day in River Oaks: Multiple sclerosis fighting superwoman hangs it up after an unprecedented run March 12, 2015
"This is my last swan song," Franelle Rogers told the gathering of 450 in the River Oaks Country Club Ballroom. Indeed, after six years at the helm…
Three years after stem cell transplant therapy most MS patient subjects still in remission Jan. 2, 2015
Read about how three years after stem cell transplant therapy, most MS patient subjects still in remission.
BCM and the BP MS 150 April 23, 2013
Among the thousands of bike riders taking part in the BP MS 150 this past weekend were a group of BCM riders, including Dr. George Hutton, director of the Maxine Mesinger MS Comprehensive Care Center…
DIME launches MS Patient Resources iPhone and iPod Touch app Oct. 12, 2010
DIME introduces MS Patient Resources, an application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, enabling clinicians to bring credible, patient-focused information to the point or care.
Current Neurology 2009 Oct. 31, 2009
 
Hutton promoted to associate professor Sept. 24, 2009
Dr. Hutton was promoted to Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine.
BCM's outstanding educators honored at ceremony April 15, 2009
Baylor College of Medicine faculty members were recognized as outstanding educators for 2009. They were honored at an awards ceremony April 16 in Cullen Auditorium.
Multiple sclerosis clinical trials and research news Feb. 3, 2009
Multiple sclerosis patients may soon have more treatment choices than ever. Listen to or read the transcript of our interview with two prominent MS researchers and an MS patient involved in a treatment clinical trial.
Although diagnosed with MS, physician is ready to ride April 8, 2008
CYCLISTS with multiple sclerosis who participate in the BP MS 150 Bike Tour can wear a special jersey during the event.
Current Neurology 2007 Nov. 9, 2007
Previous program participants have requested and supported the need for a comprehensive review and update in selected areas for the practicing neurologist with a focus on movement disorders. As clinical neurology continues to evolve with the explosion of discoveries in the neurosciences, the neurology faculty and the CME planning committee strongly concur with the need to such a conference.
Multiple sclerosis public lecture to highlight genetic origins March 10, 2006
A program this month will shed light on the genetic roots of multiple sclerosis featuring adult and pediatric experts at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
PharmaFrontiers appoints Mathilda Mandel to clinical advisory board Dec. 1, 2005
PharmaFrontiers Corp, a company involved in the development of novel cell therapies, including one for multiple sclerosis, which is about to enter Phase IIb clinical trials…
MS 150 riders gear up to race for research April 14, 2005
The real reason the MS 150 has grown so dramatically — the number of riders had to be capped this year — may be the demonstrable success in multiple sclerosis research and treatment supported by race funds, researchers and race officials say.
Calendar – Multiple sclerosis program Aug. 21, 2003
Drs. Hutton and Foroozan will speak about optic neuritis in MS.