Part 1/5 on Microglia: Innate immune system in the central nervous system (Certified by ParadigMS)
Microglia are a class of innate immune cells in the central nervous system (CNS). In the space of just a few years they have become a major focus of attention in multiple sclerosis (MS) research and as a therapeutic target to prevent disability progression in persons with MS.
This e-learning module is part of a series of 5 e-learnings created by ParadigMS on ‘the role of Microglia in Multiple Sclerosis’. Each module has a lead author and several contributors, all are neurologists with an expertise in multiple sclerosis and members of ParadigMS.
You will receive a certificate of completion upon completing the e-learning and successfully completing an exam.
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