Marion Moseby-Knappe

affiliated with the university, Fellow of the European Board of Neurology, Dissertation research project Kiel University, Germany, MD

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Medical and Health Sciences
  • Neurology


  • Cardiac Arrest, Prognostication, Computed Tomography, Multimodal Prognostication


I am a MD and divide my time between clinical work at the Neurology Department at Skåne University hospital as a Resident in Neurology and research as a PhD-student in the Cardiac Arrest Group. My research field is within the Target Temperature Management (TTM)-Study in patients after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Currently I am analysing the TTM-data collected from head computed tomography (CT) in comatose patients on the Intensive Care Unit. The aim is to find out how the CT findings correlate with patient outcome. In future, we aim to validate the new 2015 European Resuciation Counsil/ European Society of Intensive Care Medicines Guidelines for Post-Resucitation Care. We believe that a multimodal approach using head CT, EEG and biomarkers might be a reliable tool to identify comatose cardiac arrest patients with a poor prognosis.

Recent research outputs

Moseby-Knappe, M., Mattsson, N., Nielsen, N., Zetterberg, H., Blennow, K., Dankiewicz, J., Dragancea, I., Friberg, H., Lilja, G., Insel, P. S., Rylander, C., Westhall, E., Kjaergaard, J., Wise, M. P., Hassager, C., Kuiper, M. A., Stammet, P., Wanscher, M. C. J., Wetterslev, J., Erlinge, D. & 3 othersHorn, J., Pellis, T. & Tobias Cronberg, 2019 Jan 1, In : JAMA Neurology. 76, 1, p. 64

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