Marion Moseby Knappe

Marion Moseby Knappe

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I am a clinical neurologist and divide my time between work at the Neurology Department at Skåne University hospital and as a researcher at the Lund University Center for Cardiac Arrest. My research is focusing on diagnosing brain injury in patients who had a cardiac arrest. I study biomarkers of brain injury, neuroimaging and neurophysiology to individualize patient care. My goal is to establish which prognostic methods are reliable for early prediction of a patients long-term neurological outcome.

Our research group has performed the TTM- and TTM2-trials which found no benefit of targeted temperature management compared to fever treatment only for survival or functional outcome in patients with an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. 

We recently received funding for the world's largest cardiac arrest trial, the STEPCARE, in which I am principal investigator of the EARLY-NEURO substudy.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Medical and Health Sciences
  • Neurology


  • Cardiac Arrest, Prognostication, Computed Tomography, Multimodal Prognostication


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