Rhonda R. Voskuhl, M.D.


Jack H. Skirball Chair, Multiple Sclerosis Research

Director, Multiple Sclerosis Program

Professor, Neurology

Professor In-Residence, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

Awards and Honors:

Parkland Health and Hospital System

Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

National Institutes of Health, The Clinical Center

Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS) Kenneth P. Johnson Memorial Lecture

Berlin Institute of Health Berlin Institute of Health Excellence Award for Sex and Gender Aspects in Health Research.

UCLA Jack H. Skirball Chair in Multiple Sclerosis Research

National MS Society Harry Weaver Neuroscience Scholar


Dr. Voskuhl is the Director of the UCLA MS Program, holds the Jack H. Skirball Chair in MS, and is a Professor in the UCLA Dept. of Neurology. She has received national and international awards for her research and has continuous funding for over 20 years. Professor Voskuhl uses a "Bedside to Bench to Bedside" approach, basing reserach on clinical observations, understanding them in the lab, then designing novel clincal trials. She sees MS patients in the neurology clinic and mentors at the postdoctoral, graduate, and undergradate levels.