Neuroinflammatory disorders are conditions where immune responses damage components of the nervous system.
A common example is multiple sclerosis (MS), which is characterized by inflammatory demyelination of the central nervous system and subsequent damage to nerve cells and axons. MS research is one of the most dynamic in terms of disease mechanisms and pharmacological disease modulatory treatments.
Inflammatory mechanisms have also been implicated in the pathogenesis of many other CNS disorders including neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders.
|Lou Brundin||Applied neuroscience and stem cells|
|Anna Fogdell Hahn||Pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis|
|Robert Harris||Myeloid therapy in neuroinflammation|
|Jan Hillert||Genetics of multiple sclerosis|
|Maja Jagodic||Epigenetics of neuroinflammation|
|Thomas Masterman||Molecular epidemiology of multiple sclerosis|
|Tomas Olsson||Clinical and experimental neuroimmunology|
|Fredrik Piehl||Inflammation and neurodegeneration after neurotrauma|
|Marianne Schultzberg||Inflammatory mechanisms in neurodegeneration|
|Jie Zhu||Neuroinflammation and neuroimmunity|