Dr. Dolly Roy is a board-certified general neurologist and clinical specialist in treating Multiple Sclerosis. Growing up between the Midwest and California, she graduated summa cum laude with a major in Biochemistry and minor in Russian from Washington University in St. Louis where she was in the Scholars Program in Medicine. Dr. Roy continued in the Medical Scientist Training Program at Washington University School of Medicine earning her MD and PhD degrees and solidifying an interest in analytical and compassionate individualized medical care. She completed her Neurology residency at Stanford University School of Medicine where she developed her interests of trying to understand the intersection between coagulation and immunity with ongoing novel research. Dr. Roy has practiced in the San Fernando Valley for more than a decade, has served as the Stroke Director at Northridge Hospital, and is in the process of developing a set of blood tests to predict and track multiple sclerosis relapses and recovery.