Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Description Contributors Lawrence A. Zeidman, MD, FAAN Medical Director, Neuromuscular MedicineNorthwest Community HealthcareAdjunct Associate ProfessorLoyola University School of MedicineMaywood, ILDr. Zeidman is from Chicagoland and went to college, medical school, and neurology residency at Northwestern University. He did a neurophysiology fellowship at Rush and is boarded in neurology, neurophysiology, and electrodiagnostic medicine. He was previously at the University of Illinois-Chicago for 8 years, advancing to Associate Professor. As a neuromuscular specialist he started the Neuropathy clinic at UIC, he was EMG director and got the EMG lab accredited by the AANEM, and he was the neurophysiology fellowship director. In January 2019 Dr. Zeidman left UIC to become Neuromuscular-EMG director at Loyola University Medical Center. There he helped to restart the Peripheral Nerve Center, started and is Co-director of the new Loyola ALS Center, and participates in the Loyola Amyloidosis Clinic. Dr. Zeidman has authored over 40 articles, chapters, and a book related to his research. He has received clinical trial and translational grants for small fiber neuropathy Immunology research, and has published a paper regarding that research with another on the way, and has presented that work at the neuromuscular meeting. Two of his papers have been regarding Guillain-Barre Syndrome, and he has given 4 talks in the past to departments or to trainees regarding CIDP or its variants, or on Guillain Barre Syndrome. He also was site investigator at Loyola for a trial of subcutaneous immunoglobulin in CIDP. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and a member of the American Academy of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.