Amanda Guidon, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Amanda C. Guidon M.D. is a neurologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital in the Division of Neuromuscular Medicine and an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Following graduation from the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Dr. Guidon trained in neurology at Duke University Medical Center. She completed Neuromuscular and Advanced Neuromuscular Fellowships also at Duke. She leads the Myasthenia Gravis Clinical and Research Programs at MGH and is Program Director of the Partners Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship. She has participated in the Severe Immunotherapy Complications Service in the MGH Cancer Center since 2017. Her research centers on telemedicine and remote assessment of myasthenia gravis and the neuromuscular complications of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapies. Her research is currently funded by the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America and she is the first MGNET NIH funded rare disease network scholar.