“We are a comprehensive team of specialists that are fellowship trained to ensure from you will receive world class care at every step – from diagnosis to treatment.”
~ Salvatore Napoli, MD
Salvatore Napoli, MD
MS Clinic Of New England
Sylvia Lawry MS Fellowship Trained
Dr. Salvatore Napoli is a board certified neurologist specialized in Multiple Sclerosis, as well as General Neurology. He received a Bachelor in Arts in Biology and Italian Studies at Siena College in Loudonville New York and the American University in Rome. He completed medical school and his neurology residency at Albany Medical College and Center in Albany, New York. He then did a fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis/NeuroImmunology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital/ Harvard Program in 2003. He was an Instructor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School and received the prestigious Sylvia Lawry Fellowship from the National MS Society . He was on staff at the Brigham and Women’s Neurology Department in 2006 through 2008. He also completed a fellowship in EMG/Neurophysiology at the St. Elizabeth’s Tufts Neurology Program in 2007.
In 2007, Dr. Napoli started a Neurology and MS program in Norwood Hospital through Caritas Christi Healthcare and Steward Healthcare. Dr. Napoli then moved his practice to Foxboro, Massachusetts.
He started the Neuro Institute of New England and MS Clinic of New England in May 2013 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The goal is to provide up to date , compassionate academic care for the community as well as provide the most up to date research for all neurology patients. Dr. Napoli believes that all patients should be treated as if they were members of one own’s family and hopes to integrate both medical and non-medical treatments to the care of those with chronic neurologic illnesses. Dr. Napoli’s clinical interests include Multiple Sclerosis, MS and Neurology Research, headache , and general neurology.
Dr. Jonathan Martin
Stacey Murray, FNP-c, MSCN
Stacey Murray is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Training included clinical rotations in Neurology and Primary Care with Adults and Children.
• University of Massachusetts, Amherst: B.A. in Psychology,
• Regis College, Weston: B.S. in Nursing, M.S. in Nursing
• Sigma Theta Tau
• Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners
• Southern New England Neurological Nurse’s Network
• IOMSN Certified MS Nurse
Stacey provides comprehensive management of multiple sclerosis patients alongside her team of healthcare providers. She educates patients on the most up-to-date MS therapies. Provides comprehensive symptom management which includes fatigue, bowel and bladder dysfunction, pain management, spasticity management, mood disorders, sleep disorders, gait/mobility evaluations, and others. General neurology disorders are also managed, including, but not limited to memory disorders, movement disorders, sleep disorders, and peripheral nerve disorders.
Stacey’s special interests are in Multiple Sclerosis and Migraine headache.
Christine Uy, DNP
Christine Uy is a Certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner. Training included clinical rotations in Neurology and Primary Care with Adults and Older Adults. She recently earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
• Earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in May of 2017.
• University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth: M.S.N. ,Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner,
• Bridgewater State College: B.S. in Psychology,
• Bristol Community College, RN and COTA/L.
• R.N. Neurology & Neurosurgery at RI Hospital
• Caritas Norwood Hospital, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant on the Geri-Psychiatric Unit and Adult Psychiatric Units
Christine strives to facilitate evidenced based care, tailored to the individual as well as the community needs. She officially joined the practice July 2014. She utilizes both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic approaches to care for those with chronic neurologic illnesses. She believes treating the individual using an interdisciplinary approach to care
Dr. Elizabeth Budman, MD
Dr. Budman is a specialist in the area of Movement Disorders – particularly Parkinson’s Disease – and General Neurology. She received her Medical Degree from SUNY Upstate Medical School in Syracuse, New York. During this time, she completed her Fellowship at Albany Medical Center with a concentration in Movement Disorders. She finished her Neurology Residency at UMASS before joining us here at the Neurology Center .