Professor Celia Oreja-Guevara is appointed ViceChair of Neurology and Head of Multiple Sclerosis Center of the University Hospital San Carlos,
Madrid (Spain), where she also serves as Senior Consultant and Associate Professor of Neurology.
Maura PUGLIATTI, MD, PhD is Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Ferrara, and acting as Director of the University Hospital Unit of Clinical Neurology, S. Anna Hospital, Ferrara, Italy. She took a PhD in 2007 and was a Research Fellow in 2007-10 at the Dept. of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen, Norway, actively coordinating a large multi-center case-control study on multiple sclerosis (MS) and environmental risk factors.
Carlo Pozzilli studied at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. He then moved to the Hammersmith Hospital in London, UK, to take up a research post in 1980. In 1983, he became a Board Certified Neurologist at the University of Rome. In 1986 obtained a research grant in Neuroimaging at the Tohoku University, Sendai Japan. In 1987, he was awarded a PhD in Clinical Neurosciences by the University of Rome, where he became Full Professor in 2006. In 2002 he funded and become Director of the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center of OspedaleS.Andrea, University of Rome which is his actual position. Professor Pozzilli’s fields of interest include the clinical aspects and treatment of MS; he has published more than 350 papers
and reviews on these subjects. Professor Pozzilli is a member of several National and International Societies. He has participated as a first investigator in at least 250 multicentre clinical trials on patients with MS. He was also member of the Steering Committee and Advisory Board in several multicentre trials.
Minimum two MS experts collaborate to produce an educational slide deck. These slide decks are presented (live) to ParadigMS members, peer reviewed and updated.
The slide decks are published on the ParadigMS website “on behalf of ParadigMS”.
Based on the slide decks, publications are produced. These publications are peer reviewed and published as consensus publications.
Regional (fe: Scandinavian countries, Benelux, …) or national events where state-of-the-art science is transferred to general neurologists and other care givers (nurses, etc) that are confronted with MS in their day to day practice.
Webinars can complement the educational events.
The educational slide decks, events and webinars can be important building blocks of accredited educational programs.