Orly Moshe-Lilie, MD

Assistant Professor, Neurology

Orly Moshe-Lilie
72 E. Concord Street


Orly Moshe-Lilie was born and raised in Israel, where she volunteered as a first aid provider for many years and developed her passion towards the medicine field. After serving in the Israeli Air Force, she relocated to the U.S. to begin her journey to become a doctor. While attending the University of California – Riverside, Orly majored in Neuroscience, participated in multiple research projects in Chemistry, and co-authored articles published in peer-reviewed journals. She also remained dedicated to serving others by volunteering in local hospitals, clinics, and Jewish youth programs. She then moved to Portland, Oregon, where she attended medical school at Oregon Health & Science University, then continued on to complete her residency training in Neurology, as well as her fellowship training in Neuromuscular Medicine and Nerve Conduction and Electromyogram (NCS/EMG) studies, review of neuromuscular pathology, skin biopsies and more. During her training at OHSU, Orly was very active in a variety of leadership, mentorship and advocacy positions, and has published several articles as first author in peer-reviewed journals such as Amyloid, Neurology, and Journal of Neuromuscular disorders . Orly is interested in peripheral neuropathies such as CIDP, small fiber and autonomic neuropathies including amyloidosis, and hoping to establish a laboratory for autonomic studies at Boston VA medical center. She would like to remain involved in the education of medical students and residents as a clinical educator. Beyond that, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Nitzan Lilie, dancing Argentinean Tango, sketching and designing, cooking, antiquing, and watching Sci-Fi.


  • Oregon Health & Science University, MD
  • University of California, Riverside, BS


  • Published on 3/26/2022

    Moshe-Lilie O, Banks G, Medvedova E, Masri A, Chahin N. Coexisting sporadic late onset nemaline myopathy and AL amyloid myopathy - incidental or related? Neuromuscul Disord. 2022 Jun; 32(6):533-538. PMID: 35550111.

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  • Published on 11/19/2021

    Moshe-Lilie O, Ghetie D, Banks G, Hansford BG, Chahin N. Unusual cases of Anti-SRP necrotizing myopathy with predominant distal leg weakness and atrophy. Neuromuscul Disord. 2022 02; 32(2):170-175. PMID: 35031192.

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  • Published on 2/28/2021

    Moshe-Lilie O, Ensrud E, Ragole T, Nizar C, Dimitrova D, Karam C. CIDP mimics: a case series. BMC Neurol. 2021 Feb 28; 21(1):94. PMID: 33639867.

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  • Published on 8/23/2020

    Moshe-Lilie O, Riccelli LP, Karam C. Possible recurrent aseptic meningitis associated with nusinersen therapy. Muscle Nerve. 2020 11; 62(5):E79-E80. PMID: 32779205.

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  • Published on 7/14/2020

    Moshe-Lilie O, Visser A, Chahin N, Ragole T, Dimitrova D, Karam C. Nusinersen in adult patients with spinal muscular atrophy: Observations from a single center. Neurology. 2020 07 28; 95(4):e413-e416. PMID: 32665408.

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  • Published on 6/25/2020

    Karam C, Ragole T, Moshe-Lilie O, Chahin N. Unwarranted, long term, alglucosidase alfa enzyme replacement therapy in two non-Pompe disease patients. Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 2020 09; 196:106048. PMID: 32623214.

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  • Published on 6/24/2020

    Moshe-Lilie O, Dimitrova D, Heitner SB, Brannagan TH, Zivkovic S, Hanna M, Masri A, Polydefkis M, Berk JL, Gertz MA, Karam C. TTR gene silencing therapy in post liver transplant hereditary ATTR amyloidosis patients. Amyloid. 2020 Dec; 27(4):250-253. PMID: 32578459.

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  • Published on 5/18/2020

    Karam C, Moshe-Lilie O, Chahin N, Ragole T, Medvedova E, Silbermann R. Diagnosis of paraproteinemic neuropathy: Room for improvement. J Neurol Sci. 2020 Aug 15; 415:116902. PMID: 32497875.

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  • Published on 3/30/2020

    Moshe-Lilie O, Heitner S, Karam C. Unique skin manifestations of hereditary apolipoprotein A-1 amyloidosis. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2020 Mar; 2020(3):omaa014. PMID: 32257250.

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  • Published on 12/1/2019

    Moshe-Lilie O, Miller P, Lane M. A unique case of cabergoline-induced reversible cerebral vasoconstriction. Neurol Clin Pract. 2019 Dec; 9(6):536-538. PMID: 32042504.

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