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Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Allen C. Bowling, M.D., Ph.D.

Address: Neurology Care PC - 701 E. Hampden Ave. - Ste. 518 - Englewood, CO 80113

Phone: 303-788-7667

Fax: 303-409-6800

Email: abneuro@qwestoffice.net

Web: www.NeurologyCare.net

Education:

1982: B.S. Yale College
1988: M.D. Yale University School of Medicine
1988: Ph.D. Dept. of Pharmacology, Yale University School of Medicine

Postdoctoral Training:

1988-1989: Internship, Internal Medicine Department, University of California – San Francisco
1989-1992: Residency, Neurology Department, University of California -
San Francisco
1992-1995: Fellowship, Neurology Service, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Academic Positions:

1996-present: Neurology Dept, University of Colorado, Aurora, CO

1996-1997 – Clinical Instructor
1997-2003 – Assistant Clinical Professor
2003-2012 – Associate Clinical Professor
2012-present – Clinical Professor

Foundation Positions:

1997-2008: Rocky Mountain MS Center, Englewood, CO

1997-2008 - Director, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program
1997-2002 - Associate Medical Director
2003-2007 - Medical Director

2009-present: Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI), Englewood, CO

2009-present - Medical Director, Multiple Sclerosis Program
2009-present - Medical Director, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Service

Journal Position:

2006-present - Editorial Board: Multiple Sclerosis Journal (formerly Multiple Sclerosis), Sage Publications

Committees and Advisory Boards:

2001-present - Member, Healthcare Advisory Council, MS Association of America (MSAA)
2005-present - Ad Hoc Grant Reviewer, National MS Society (NMSS)
2007-present - Member, Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
2007-present - Member, Committee for the Strauss-Wisneski Indigenous and Integrative Medicine Collection, University of Colorado
2009-present - Advisor, Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation, San Diego, CA
2011-present - Member, Medical Advisory Board, Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI)
2011-present - Member, Research Committee, Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI)
2012-present - Grant Reviewer, Patient Management, Care, and Rehabilitation Pilot Review Committee, National MS Society (NMSS)
2012-present - Member, Clinical Advisory Committee, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National MS Society (NMSS)

Clinical Practice:

1995-1997: Western Neurological Group, Denver, CO
1997-2007: Colorado Neurology, Englewood, CO
2007-present: Neurology Care, address above

Licensure and Certification:

1993-present:               Board Certification, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
1995-present :              Medical License, Colorado Board of Medical Examiners

Awards and Honors:

2011                            “Top 10 MS Books,” Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis chosen by the Consortium of MS Centers (CMSC) as one of the top 10 lay books on MS
2000                            Award for Best Presentation in Patient Education, annual meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers
1999                            Labe Scheinberg Award, annual meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers
1988                            American Epilepsy Society Award
1987                            Saul R. Korey Award in Experimental Neurology (American Academy of Neurology)
1988                            Medical Scientist Training Program Student
1982                            Summa Cum Laude, Yale College
1982                            Phi Beta Kappa, Yale College
1982                            Fellows’ Prize, Yale College
1982                            Distinction in Major, Yale College
1982                            Scholar of the House, Yale College
1981                            Bates’ Summer Travelling Fellowship, Yale College

Invited Lectures and Programs (partial listing)-Allen C. Bowling, MD PhD

  1. Invited Speaker, Western Region Teleconference, National MS Society, Feb 2013: “Alternative Medicine and MS”
  2. Invited Faculty Member and Speaker, Practicum in Neurology (educational forum for Canadian neurologists), Chicago, IL, Feb 2013: “Multiple Sclerosis: Alternative Therapies and Healthy Diet Choices”
  3. Invited Speaker, Annual Peripheral Neuropathy Symposium, Colorado Neurological Institute, Englewood, CO, Nov 2012: “Neuropathy: Alternative and Lifestyle Approaches”
  4. Keynote Speaker, Tenth Annual MS Symposium, Center for Disability Services, Albany, CT, Oct 2012: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis”
  5. Invited Speaker, International Symposium on the Multiple Sclerosis Brain, Hartford, CT, Oct 2012: “Diets and Supplements: Finding a Path Now”
  6. Invited Speaker, Partners MS Clinic, Brigham and Women’s Hospital-Harvard Medical School, Brookline, MA, June 2012: “Alternative Medicine in MS”
  7. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, San Diego, CA, May 2012: “Challenging and Interesting Cases”
  8. Keynote Speaker, “MS Blueprint Conference” (annual education meeting of northeast Florida chapter of the National MS Society), Jacksonville, FL, Jan 2012: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and MS”
  9. Invited Speaker, Parkinson’s Disease Patient Education Program, Colorado Neurological Institute, Englewood, CO, Oct 2011 and May 2012:  “Alternative Medicine and Lifestyle Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease”
  10. Invited Speaker, Health Professional Program sponsored by the Northwest Chapter of the National MS Society, Seattle, WA, Sept 2011, “Difficult MS Cases”
  11. Keynote Speaker, Education Meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the National MS Society, Seattle, WA, Sept 2011:  “Peak Brain Living,”  “Using the Best of Both Worlds: Conventional, Unconventional, and Lifestyle Medicine for Relapsing-Remitting MS”
  12. Grand Rounds, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO, Sept 2011: “Multiple Sclerosis Update”
  13. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Montreal, Quebec, June 2011: “Vitamin D: What’s An MS Clinician To Do?”
  14. Invited Speaker, Parkinson’s Support Group for the Newly Diagnosed, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO, Feb 2011: “Neuroplasticity and Parkinson’s Disease: Focus on Physical Activity”
  15. Grand Rounds, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO, Dec 2010: “Vitamin D: Translating Research into Practice”
  16. Keynote Speaker, Annual Meeting of the National MS Society (Colorado-Wyoming Chapter), Aurora, CO, Oct 2010: “Peak Brain Living”
  17. Keynote Speaker, MS Patient Education Day, Washington, DC, Sept 2010: “Update on Complementary and Alternative Medicine and MS”
  18. Invited Speaker, Huntington’s Disease Symposium, Colorado Neurological Institute, Denver, CO, Sept 2010: “Alternative Medicine and Huntington’s Disease”
  19. Invited Speaker, Parkinson’s Support Group for the Newly Diagnosed, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO, Aug 2010: “Alternative Medicine and Lifestyle Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease”
  20. Invited Guest, “MS From A To Z,” nationally broadcast educational TV show on MS (based at Univ. of Washington), Seattle, WA, July 2010
  21. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, San Antonio, TX, June 2010: “Vitamin D and MS: A Practical Approach for Clinicians”
  22. Invited Speaker, Education Conference, Parkinson’s Association of the Rockies, Denver, CO, May 2010: “Diet and Dietary Supplements for Parkinson’s Disease: A Three-Step Approach”
  23. Invited Speaker, Multiple Sclerosis 2010: Maximizing Care Strategies, NMSS-Supported Regional Professional Conference, Phoenix,AZ, March 2010: “Controversial MS Treatments and Alternative Therapies”
  24. Invited Speaker, Multiple Sclerosis: A Comprehensive Approach, CME for UMDNJ, Newark, NJ, March 2010:  “Complementary Therapies in Multiple Sclerosis”
  25. Invited Speaker, Rocky Mountain Stroke Center, Littleton, CO, March 2010: “Stroke Prevention and Management: ‘Alternative Medicine’ and Lifestyle Approaches”
  26. Invited Speaker, Stroke Case Conference, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO, Jan 2010: “Lifestyle, Self Care, and Alternative Medicine Issues Relevant to Stroke Prevention and Management”
  27. Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting, Pan Asian Committee for Treatment and Research in MS (PACTRIMS),Hong Kong, Nov 2009: “Alternative Medicine in MS: Ancient Asian and Modern Western Medicine”
  28. Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting of the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation, Beverly Hills, CA, Nov 2009: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Neuromyelitis Optica”
  29. Keynote Speaker, Annual MS Patient Education Program, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, Sept 2009:  “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and MS”
  30. Book Tour, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Oct 2009: patient and professional lectures about publication of Dutch translation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis
  31. Invited Speaker, Annual Neuropathy Conference of the Colorado Neurologic Institute, Denver, CO, May 2009: “Trick or Treatment: Separating Fact From Fiction in Alternative Medicine for Neuropathy”
  32. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Atlanta, GA, May 2009
  33. Grand Rounds, Dept. of Neurology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Jan 2009: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”
  34. Invited Speaker, Winter Conference, American Academy of Neurology, Orlando, FL, Jan 2009: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis: The Role of Neurologists”
  35. Grand Rounds, Dep.t of Neurology, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR, Nov 2008: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis”
  36. Florence G. Strauss Lecture, University of Colorado – Denver, Aurora, CO, May 2008: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis”
  37. Keynote Speaker, Annual Meeting, MS Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom, Nov 2007: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis”
  38. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Phoenix, AZ, June 2006
  39. Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting, Rehabilitation in MS (RIMS),Barcelona, Spain, May 2006: “Overview of Complementary Medicine in MS”
  40. Invited Speaker, Fiftieth Anniversary Meeting, MS Australia, Sydney, Australia, March 2006: “Prevention Possibilities in MS”
  41. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Orlando, FL, June 2005
  42. Grand Rounds, Dept. of Neurology, SUNY-Upstate, Feb 2005: “Introduction t  CAM and MS”
  43. Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting, European Committee for Treatment and Research in MS (ECTRIMS), Oct 2004,Vienna,Austria: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS”
  44. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Toronto, Canada, May 2004
  45. Invited Speaker, Biannual Meeting, MS International Federation, Berlin, Germany, Sept 2003: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine,” “Cannabis and Multiple Sclerosis”
  46. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, San Diego, CA, May 2003
  47. Grand Rounds, Dept. of Neurology, University of New Mexico, March 2003: “Dietary Supplements and MS”
  48. Invited Speaker, “The Art of Specialized Care,” Combined Meeting of National MS Society and Consortium of MS Centers, Miami, FL, Feb 2003: “Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis”
  49. Invited Guest, MS Educational Program, Montel Williams TV Show, New York, NY, Sept. 2002
  50. Symposium Chair and Lecture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in MS, Annual Meeting, Consortium of MS Centers, Chicago, IL, June 2002
  51. Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting, American Dietetic Association, Denver, CO, Oct 2000: “Alternative Medicine and Neurologic Disease”

Invited Member or Attendee (partial listing)

  1. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and MS Committee, Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology, 2007-present
  2. Self Management Consensus Conference, Consortium of MS Centers, Washington D.C., Nov 2010
  3. Exercise as a Prescriptive Therapy for MS: A Consensus Conference, Consortium of MS Centers, Denver, CO, Oct 2010
  4. International Workshop in MS Risk Factors and Frequency, National MS Society, National Headquarters, New York, NY, Feb 2009

Publications – Allen C. Bowling, MD PhD

Books

  1. Bowling AC.  Complementaire en Alternatieve Geneeswijzen bij Multiple Sclerose.  Amsterdam, Netherlands: MS-Anders, 2009. [Dutch translation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis]
  2. Russell M, Bowling AC. The Everything Health Guide to Multiple Sclerosis. Avon, Massachusetts: Adams Media, 2009.
  3. Bowling AC.  Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis.  New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2007. [Second Edition of Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis]
  4. Polman CH, Thompson AJ, Murray TJ, Bowling AC, Noseworthy JH.  Multiple Sclerosis: The Guide to Treatment and Management. New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2006.
  5. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Dietary Supplements and Multiple Sclerosis: A Health Professional’s Guide. New   York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2004.
  6. Bowling AC.  Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis. New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2001.

Book Chapters

  1. Bowling AC. Complementary and alternative medicine: Risks and benefits.  In: Samkoff L and Goodman A. Multiple Sclerosis and Other CNS Neuroimmunologic Disorders. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, in press.
  2. Bowling AC. Complementary and alternative medicine.  In: Kalb RC. Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have—The Answers You Need. New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2011, pp. 79-86.
  3. Bowling AC.  Complementary and alternative medicine in multiple sclerosis.  In:  Geisser B. Primer on Multiple Sclerosis. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 369-381.
  4. Bowling AC. Unconventional medicine and multiple sclerosis: the role of conventional health providers.  In: Lucchinetti CF, Hohlfeld R. Multiple Sclerosis 3 (Blue Books of Neurology Series). Philadelphia: Saunders, 2010, pp. 355-370.
  5. Bowling AC. Alternative therapy considerations.  In: Fraser RT, Kraft G, Ehde D, Johnson K. The MS Workbook: Living Fully with MS. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, 2006, pp. 87-94.

Professional Articles for Foundations (partial listing)

  1. Bowling AC.  Integrative neurology: patient- and disease-centered approaches.  AlterMed Research Foundation Newsletter, Spring 2010, 2-5.
  2. Bowling AC.  Vitamin D and MS: Implications for clinical practice.  Clinical Bulletin, Professional Resource Center, National MS Society, 2009.
  3. Bowling AC.  Complementary and alternative medicine in MS.  Clinical Bulletin, Professional Resource Center, National MS Society, 2008.

 Lay Brochures and Monographs (partial listing)

  1. Bowling AC, Neld C.  Complementary and Alternative Medicines.  Patient Booklet, MS Essential Series, National MS Society of the United Kingdom, 2012.
  2. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs in MS.  Patient Booklet, National MS Society, 2011.
  3. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Acupuncture and MS.  Patient Brochure, National MS Society, 2009.
  4. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Thinking About Complementary and Alternative Medicine.  Patient Monograph, MS Association of America, 2006.

Websites 

  1. Bowling AC, Bowling NC. www.neurologycare.net. World’s largest online database of MS-relevant alternative medicine information

Lay Articles (partial listing)

  1. Bowling AC. “Conventional Or Alternative? Exploring ‘Borderzone’ Therapies,” Momentum, Winter 2011-2012, pp. 32-34.
  2. Bowling AC. “Some Cures That Weren’t,” Momentum, Fall 2011, pp. 39-41.
  3. Bowling AC. “Vitamin D: Dandy? Dastardly? Or Debatable?” Momentum, Summer 2011, pp. 39-42.
  4. Bowling AC. “Placebos and nocebos—techniques to optimize MS management?” Momentum, Spring 2011, pp. 45-47.
  5. Bowling AC.  Healthy you—vitamin D and NMO. The Spectrum (publication of the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation), 2;2010:7.
  6. Bowling AC. “Marijuana and MS—an unfinished story,” Momentum, Fall 2010, pp. 33-35.
  7. Bowling AC.  Complementary and alternative medicine: a globally important topic in MS. [Invited guest editor for issue on alternative medicine.]  MS in Focus (publication of MS International Federation), 15;2010:4-6.
  8. Bowling AC. “Learning from traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda,” Momentum, Summer 2010, pp. 48-50.
  9. Bowling AC. “Wise choices in action: The example of acai,” Momentum, Spring 2010, pp. 46-47.
  10. Bowling AC. “Making wise choices,” Momentum, Winter 2009-2010, pp. 34-36.
  11. Bowling AC. “Music and the brain may be a therapeutic duet,” Momentum, Fall 2009, pp. 43-45.
  12. Bowling AC. “Unconventional therapies for stress and anxiety,” Momentum, Summer 2009, pp. 48-50.
  13. Bowling AC. “The 411 on low dose naltrexone,” Momentum, Spring 2009, pp. 44-46.
  14. Bowling AC. “Herbs and MS, Part 3:  All that is green is not always good,” Momentum, Winter 2008-2009, pp. 39-40.
  15. Bowling AC. “Herbs and MS, Part 2: Common herbs and common MS symptoms,” Momentum, Summer 2008, pp. 37-39. [reproduced in: Intouch, Autumn 2009, pp. 8-10 (quarterly publication of MS Australia)
  16. Bowling AC. Voodoo death, placebos, and optimal health. MS Focus, Summer 2008, pp. 43-45. [national publication of the MS Foundation]
  17. Bowling AC. “Herbs and MS, Part 1: About herbs—and MS,” Momentum, Spring 2008, pp. 40-41.
  18. Bowling AC. “Pinning your hope on…acupuncture,” InsideMS, April-May 2007, pp. 54-56.
  19. Bowling AC. “The omega-3 factor,” InsideMS, Dec 2006-Jan 2007, pp. 52-55.
  20. Bowling AC. “Mind over yoga,” InsideMS, Aug-Sept 2006, pp. 54-55.
  21. Bowling AC. “CAM and bladder issues,” InsideMS, April-May 2006, pp. 52-53.
  22. Bowling AC, Stewart TM. A reasonable approach to diet.  Open Door Newsletter. Feb 2006, pp. 8-9. [national publication of MS Trust (MS organization in United   Kingdom)

Journal Articles

  1. Jenkins DJA, Wolever TMS, Taylor RH, Barker HM, Fielden H, Baldwin JM, Newman HC, Bowling AC, Goff DV.  Bioavailability to man of carbohydrate in foods.  Proc. Nutrition Soc. 1980; 39:11.
  2. Jenkins DJA, Wolever TMS, Tayler RH, Barker H, Fielden H, Baldwin JM, Bowling AC, Newman HC, Jenkins AL, Goff DV.  Glycemic index of foods:  a physiological basis for carbohydrate exchange.  Am. J. Clin. Nutrition 1981; 34:362-366.
  3. Jenkins DJA, Ghafari H, Wolever TMS, Tayler, RH, Jenkins AL, Barker HM, Fielden H, Bowling AC.  Relationship between rate of digestion of foods and post-prandial glycaemia.  Diabetologia 1982; 22:450-455.
  4. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Micromolar affinity benzodiazepine receptors:  identification and characterization in central nervous system.  Science 1982; 216:1247-1250.
  5. DeLorenzo RJ, Gonzales B, Goldenring J, Bowling AC, Jacobson R.  Ca2+-calmodulin tubulin kinase system and its role in mediating the Ca2+ signal in brain.  Prog. Brain Res. 1982; 56:255-286.
  6. DeLorenzo RJ, Bowling AC, Taft WC.  A molecular approach to the development of anticonvulsants. Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 1986; 477:238-246.
  7. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Photoaffinity labeling of a novel benzodiazepine binding protein in rat brain.  Eur. J. Pharmacol. 1988; 135:97-100.
  8. Bowling AC, Mutisya EM, Walker LC, Price DL, Cork LC, Beal MF.  Age-dependent impairment of mitochondrial function in primate brain.  J. Neurochem.  1993; 60:1964-1967.
  9. Bowling AC, Schulz JB, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Superoxide dismutase activity, oxidative damage, and mitochondrial energy metabolism in familial and sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  J. Neurochem., 1993; 61:2322-2325.
  10. Bowling AC, Beal MF.  Aging, energy, and Alzheimer's disease.  In:  Masters C, Bayreuther K, Trillet M, Christen Y, eds.  Amyloid Protein Precursor in Development, Aging, and Alzheimer's Disease.  Springer-Verlag, 1994, 216-227.
  11. Rosen DR, Bowling AC, Patterson D, Usdin TB, Sapp P, Mezey E, McKenna-Yasek D, O'Regan J, Rahmani Z, Ferrante RJ, Brownstein MJ, Kowall NW, Beal MF, Horvitz HR, Brown RH.  A frequent superoxide dismutase-1 codon 4 missense mutation is associated with familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and decreased enzyme activity.  Hum. Molec. Gen., 1994; 3:981-987.
  12. Esteban J, Rosen DR, Bowling AC, Sapp P, McKenna-Yasek D, O'Regan JP, Beal MF, Horvitz HR, Brown RH.  Identification of two novel mutations and a new polymorphism in the gene for Cu, Zn superoxide dismutase in patients with familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  Hum. Molec. Gen., 1994; 3:997-998.
  13. Mutisya EM, Bowling AC, Beal MF.  Cortical cytochrome oxidase activity is reduced in Alzheimer's disease.  J. Neurochem., 1994; 63:2179-2184.
  14. Bowling AC, Beal MF.  Bioenergetic and oxidative stress in neurodegenerative diseases.  Life Sci., 1995; 56:1151-1171.
  15. Bowling AC, Barkowski EE, McKenna-Yasek D, Horvitz HR, Beal MF, Brown RH.  Superoxide dismutase concentration and activity in familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  J. Neurochem., 1995; 64:2366-2369.
  16. Browne SE, Bowling AC, MacGarvey U, Baik MJ, Berger SC, Muqit MMK, Bird ED, Beal MF.  Oxidative damage and metabolic dysfunction in Huntington's disease:  selective vulnerability of the basal ganglia.  Ann. Neurol., 1997; 41:646-653.
  17. Ferrante RJ, Browne SE, Shinobu LA, Bowling AC, Baik MJ, MacGarvey U, Kowall NW, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Evidence of increased oxidative damage in both sporadic and familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  J. Neurochem., 1997; 69:2064-2074.
  18. Browne SE, Bowling AC, Baik MJ, Gurney M, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Metabolic dysfunction in familial, but not sporadic, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  J. Neurochem., 1998; 71:281-287.
  19. Bowling AC, Ibrahim R, Stewart TM.  Alternative medicine and multiple sclerosis: an objective review from an American perspective.  Int. J. MS Care, 2000; 2:14-21.
  20. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Current complementary and alternative therapies of multiple sclerosis.  Curr. Treatment Options Neurol., 2003; 5:55-68.
  21. Bowling AC.  Worthless weed or pot of gold?  [Invited editorial on marijuana and MS] Int. J. MS Care, 2003; 5:138, 166.
  22. Bowling AC. Complementary and alternative medicine in multiple sclerosis: dispelling common myths about CAM. Int. J. MS Care, 2005; 7:42-44.
  23. Stewart TM, Bowling AC. Polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation in MS.  Int. MS J., 2005; 12:88-93.
  24. Bowling AC. Cannabinoids in MS—are we any closer to knowing how best to use them? Mult. Scler., 2006; 12:523-525.
  25. Stewart TM, Tran ZV, Bowling AC. Factors related to fatigue in multiple sclerosis. Int. J. MS Care, 2007;9:29-34.
  26. Kennedy P, Bowling A, Saunders C, Beach B, Denney D, Conner J. Adherence to glatiramer acetate therapy among individuals with multiple sclerosis who participated in a voluntary support program alone or in partnership with their multiple sclerosis center. IOMSN Research Resource, 2010,1-8.
  27. Bowling AC. Complementary and alternative medicine in multiple sclerosis. Continuum Lifelong Learning Neurol., 2010;16:78-89.
  28. Bowling AC. Complementary and alternative medicine and multiple sclerosis. Neurol Clin North America, 2011;29:465-480.

Abstracts

  1. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Micromolar affinity benzodiazepine receptors in brain membrane.  Am. Soc. Neurochem.,  1982.
  2. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Anticonvulsant receptors in brain membrane.  Am. Acad. Neurol.,1982.
  3. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Multiple phenytoin binding sites:  Identification and characterization in brain membrane.  Soc. Neurosci.,  1982.
  4.  Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Identification of a novel benzodiazepine binding protein in rat brain.  Soc. Neurosci.,  1986.
  5. Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  A novel benzodiazepine binding protein in rat brain.  Am. Acad. Neurol., 1988.
  6. Taft WC, Bowling AC, DeLorenzo RJ.  Reversible anticonvulsant displacement of benzodiazepine (BZ) photolabeling to 65 kDa BZ binding protein.  Soc. Neurosci., 1988.
  7. Bowling AC, Mutisya EM, Beal MF.  Aging-associated impairment of mitochondrial energy metabolism in rhesus monkeys.  Am. Acad. Neurol., 1993.
  8. Bowling AC, Schulz JB, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Superoxide dismutase activity and oxidative damage in brain tissue from patients with familial and sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  Soc. Neurosci., 1993.
  9. Mutisya EM, Bowling AC, Walker LC, Price DL, Cork LC, Vecsei L, Beal MF.  Impaired energy metabolism in aging and Alzheimer’s disease.  Soc. Neurosci., 1993.
  10. Bowling AC, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Superoxide dismutase activity and markers of oxidative damage in sporadic and familial ALS.  Am. Acad. Neurol., 1994.
  11. Bowling AC, Barkowski EE, Schulz JB, MacGarvey U, Brown RH, Beal MF.  Oxidative markers, electron transport chain activity, and superoxide dismutase activity in familial and sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  Soc. Neurosci., 1994.
  12. Browne SE, Bowling AC, Beal MF.  Mitochondrial enzyme activities in Huntington’s disease.  Soc. Neurosci., 1994.
  13. Kowall NW, Schulz J, Ferrante R, Bowling AC, Beckman J, Brown RH, Beal MF.  A superoxide dismutase-1 antisense oligodeoxynucleotide produces free radical mediated damage and neuronal degeneration in vivo.  American Neurological Assoc., 1994.
  14. Browne SE, Bowling AC, MacGarvey U, Beal MF.  Oxidative DNA damage and impaired mitochondrial metabolism in Huntington’s disease.  Soc. Neurosci., 1995.
  15. Bowling A C.  An objective review of herbal medicine and vitamin supplements relevant to multiple sclerosis.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 1999; Multiple Sclerosis, 1999; 5, suppl. 1: S134.
  16. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  A website focusing on complementary and alternative medicine for multiple sclerosis.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2000.
  17. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  A web-based system for providing and collecting information about complementary and alternative medicine that is relevant to multiple sclerosis.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2001.
  18. Bowling AC, Stewart TM.  Efficacy, safety, and prevalence of acupuncture use among a group of people with MS:  a web-based survey.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2002;  Int J MS Care, 2002; 4: 95.
  19. Stewart TM, Smeltzer SC, Bowling AC.  A survey with individualized feedback regarding low bone mineral density among people with MS.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2003; Int J MS Care, 2003;5:87.
  20. Stewart TM, Bowling AC.  A survey of issues related to fatigue among a large group of people with MS.  Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2003; Int J MS Care;5:96.
  21. Smeltzer S, Stewart TM, Bowling AC. Results of on-line survey about low bone mineral density among people with MS.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting,San Francisco, CA, 2003.
  22. Bowling A, Stewart T. A survey of issues related to marijuana use among a large group of people with multiple sclerosis. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2004.
  23. Maloni H, O’Leary M, Kennedy P, Stewart T, Bowling A. Site reactions due to disease modifying therapy and associated alleviating behaviors. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2004.
  24. Bowling A. Complementary and alternative medicine in MS [invited speaker], ECTRIMS, 2004; Mult Scler, 2004;10:S114.
  25. Fraser R, Kraft GH, Ehde D, Johnson K, Brown T, Severson B, Yorkston K, Klasner E, Dudgeon BJ, Bombardier C, Clemmons D, Bowling A, Rumrill P, McKee P, Whittenberg A, Manley M, Foley F, Holland N. Development and dissemination of coping skill modules in MS rehabilitation. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2005.
  26. Bowling A, Stewart T. A survey of dietary supplement use among a large group of people with multiple sclerosis. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2005.
  27. Dole K, Nagra R, Kennedy P, Tourtellotte W, Bowling A. Tissue bank collaboration: benefits to the research community. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, 2005.
  28. Stewart T, Wilken J, Bowling A.  Survey of issues related to cognitive dysfunction among a large group of people with multiple sclerosis.  Consortium of MS Centers, 2006; Int J MS Care;8:71.
  29. Dole KC, Nagra RM, Nilsen E, Kleinschmidt-DeMasters BK, Kennedy PK, Bowling AC.  Postmortem tissue is important component of multiple sclerosis (multiple sclerosis) research: critical role of MS tissue banks. Consortium of MS Centers, 2006; Int J MS Care;8:77-78.
  30. Dole KC, Nagra RM, Nilsen E, Kleinschmidt-DeMasters BK, Kennedy PK, Bowling AC.  New directions in tissue banking. Consortium of MS Centers, 2007; Int J MS Care;9:56.
  31. Stewart T, Bowling AC, Hatgidakis J.  A survey of issues related to prayer and spirituality among a large group of people with MS.  Consortium of MS Centers, 2007; Int J MS Care;9:76.
  32. Kennedy P, Bowling A, Saunders C, Beach B, Conner J, Denney D.  Partnership between Shared Solutions and MS office nurses: adherence enhancement program. Consortium of MS Centers, 2007; Int J MS Care;9:66.
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