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Interview: Immunology and MS, a key take away

This 1min interview covers a key take away in relation to immunology and multiple sclerosis.


Vincent van Pesch served as neurology resident at the Department of Neurology, Saint-Luc Hospital and then progressed in positions from Adjunct Clinical Head to Associate Clinical Head and finally to Adjunct Chief of Neurology Department at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc (COI).

He is also responsible for the coordination and supervision of the neurophysiology unit and is consultant for the clinical biology department concerning neuro-immunological analysis. Heobtained his medical degree in 1999 from the UCLouvain and then completed his PhD thesis in neuroimmunology in 2003.

At the UCLouvain, Dr Van Pesch is a Professor of Neurology and is responsible for teaching neuroimmunology and cerebrospinal fluid/neurochemistry analysis. He is the Principal investigator of the Neurochemistry Unit at the Institute of Neuroscience currently supervising 2 PhD students. Dr Van Pesch also greatly contributes to scientific publications and has over 169 published papers in a number of renowned journals. He is also co-editor of Frontiers Neurology, section of Multiple Sclerosis and neuroimmunology and section of Neuroepidemiology and has Co-editor of the Acta Neurologica Belgica between 2014 and 2022.



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    May 23, 2023
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