Position:
Clinical Assistant Professor
Division:
Neurology
Research Interests:

Ongoing clinical research in natural history of Multiple Sclerosis.

Education:
University of Alberta, Neuropsychology, BSc
University of Calgary, MD
University of British Columbia, Neurology, FRCPC
Recent Publications:

•Tremlett H, Devonshire V. Does the season or month of birth influence disease progression in multiple sclerosis? Neuroepidemiology 2006;26:195-198.
•Tremlett H, Devonshire V. Is late onset multiple sclerosis associated with a worse outcome? Neurology 2006; 67:954-959.
•Tremlett H, Paty D, Devonshire V. Disability progression in MS is slower than previously reported. Neurology. 2006;66:172-177.
•Sayao AL, Devonshire V, Tremlett H. Longitudinal Follow-up of Benign MS at 20 years. Neurology. 2007 Feb 13;68(7):496-500.
•Tremlett HL, Sayao AL, Devonshire V. Longitudinal follow-up of ‘benign’ multiple sclerosis at 20 years. Neurology 2007;69(9):938.
•Rieckmann P, Traboulsee A, Devonshire V, Oger J. Escalating immunotherapy of multiple sclerosis. Therapeutic Advances in Neurology 2008; 1:181-192.
•Tremlett H, Zhao Y, Devonshire V. The natural history of secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis 2008. 14: 314–324.
•Tremlett H, Zhao Y, Joseph J, Devonshire V and the UBC MS Clinic Neurologists. Relapses in multiple sclerosis are age and time-dependent. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2008;79;1368-1374.
•Tremlett H, Yousefi M, Devonshire, V, Rieckmann P, Zhao Y; UBC Neurologists. Impact of multiple sclerosis relapses on progression diminishes with time. Neurology. 2009 Nov 17;73(20):1616-23.
•Tremlett H, Zhao Y, Devonshire, V; UBC Neurologists.Natural history comparisons of primary and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis reveals differences and similarities. J Neurol. 2009 Mar;256(3):374-81.