Date: 26 January 2018, 12:00 – 13.00
PD. Dr. med. Michael Scheel, Clinical Neuroimmunology Research Group, Neurocure Clinical Research Center, Charité -Universitätsmedizin Berlin
MR Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis -Lesions and beyond
MRI is an important cornerstone in the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. The main feature of the disease are “bright spots” in the brains white matter. The talk will introduce into MS lesion appearance in MR images and what damage can be observed beyond the apparent lesional damage.
Dr. Raluca Niesner, Biophysical analytics group, DRFZ
Why are the neurons dying? – Lessons from longitudinal in vivo imaging in chronic neuroinflammation
Novel in vivo optical imaging technologies allow for longitudinally monitoring morphological and functional changes of different parts of the brain in murine disease models, at cellular or even subcellular resolution. Hence, they provide unique perspectives on chronic neuroinflammatory diseases, relevant for understanding their pathogenesis and chronification.
Lunch Box provided if registered until 24.01.2018 Dr. Elke Luger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Charitéplatz 1, 10117 Berlin
on the Campus: Virchowweg 12