INsIDER (ImagiNg the Interplay between Axonal DamagE and Repair in Multiple Sclerosis)

Project: Research

Description

Despite significant progress in multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis and treatment, there remains the need to understand the interplay between axonal damage and repair in the brain of MS patients, which ultimately influence MS evolution and the accrual of disability. INsIDER (ImagiNg the Interplay between Axonal DamagE and Repair in Multiple Sclerosis) will combine advanced MRI techniques sensitive to axonal structure and organization to gain new insights into axonal damage and repair in MS.
AcronymINsIDER
StatusActive
Effective start/end date2018/07/012022/06/30

Collaborative partners

Participants

  • Granziera, Cristina - University of Basel (PI)
  • Weigel, Matthias - University of Basel (Researcher)
  • Gunther Helms - MR Physics (CoI)
  • Brück, Wolfgang - University Medical Center Göttingen (PI)
  • Dechent, Peter - University Medical Center Göttingen (CoI)

Related research output

Stassart, R. M., Gunther Helms, Garea-Rodriguez, E., Nessler, S., Hayardeny, L., Wegner, C., Schlumbohm, C., Fuchs, E. & Brück, W., 2016, In : Brain Pathology. 26, 4, p. 452-464

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Granziera, C., Daducci, A., Roche, A., Romascano, D., Gunther Helms, Krueger, G. & Hadjikhani, N., 2014, In : Human Brain Mapping. 35, 4, p. 1461-1468

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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