ParadigMS e-learning: The role of Microglia in Multiple Sclerosis
By ParadigMS Foundation
ParadigMS is finalising its first, self-paced and asynchronous e-learning. It will be a +2-hour e-learning on Microglia and we’ll submit it for EACMME accreditation.
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The e-learning on Microglia in MS aims to contribute to the continued medical education of neurologists in Europe and to the accessibility of medical information on the role of microglia in MS.
A first part of the e-learning will provide learners a comprehensive overview of the innate immune cell pathobiology in MS and share the latest research findings in this evolving field. In a second part, the elearning will help learners understanding the basis of the use of PET and MRI imaging in detecting activated microglia in the CNS in MS in vivo.
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What are the learning outcomes?
At the end of the e-learning, learners will understand and be able to explain to a colleague or PwMS the innate immune cell pathobiology in MS. Learners will also be able to understand the basis of the use of PET and MRI imaging in detecting activated microglia in the CNS in MS in vivo. This will be helpful for advancing the utilization of these techniques for the benefit of MS patients.
- Immunology – developed by Prof. Ralph Linker, University of Regensburg, Germany
- Neuroprotection & Remyelination – developed by Prof. Nikolaos Grigoriadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- MRI – developed by Prof. Veronica Popescu, University MS Center Pelt–Hasselt , Belgium
- OCT – developed by Prof. Celia Oreja-Guevara, University Hospital San Carlos Madrid, Spain
- PET – developed by Prof. Laura Airas, University of Turku, Finland
- High EfficacyTreatments – developed by Prof. Patrick Vermersch, University of Lille, France
- Clinical Progression– developed by Prof. Carlo Pozzilli, University of Roma La Sapienza, Italy
Stay tuned for more updates!
With thanks to our sponsor who supports this e-learning without any involvement in the elaboration of the presentations.