Multiple sclerosis under the "MRI-croscope"
The major goal of research in our lab is to understand the pathobiology of multiple sclerosis and other neuro-inflammatory diseases. To do this, we use noninvasive or minimally invasive imaging methods, particularly magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The lab develops and performs experiments with new MRI techniques, on state-of-the-art imaging equipment housed in the NIH Clinical Center and elsewhere on the NIH campus. We collaborate closely with the NINDS Neuroimmunology Clinic as well as numerous other groups on and off campus...Learn more