Neuroimmunological Diseases and Glia Biology Research Group

The focus of the Neuroimmunological Diseases and Glia Biology group is to understand how the immune system contributes to tissue injury and repair in diseases of the central nervous system (CNS). 

The program brings together individuals with expertise in clinical care and investigation of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, magnetic resonance-based neuroimaging, genetic basis of disease, and cell/molecular biology analyses of human samples and animal models.

Group Leader
Jack Antel

 

Group Members 

Roberta La Piana

Jo Anne Stratton

Alyson Fournier

Tim Kennedy

Doug Arnold

Sridar Narayanan

David Rudko

Heidi McBride

Daria Trojan

Josephine Nalbantoglu

Edward Ruthazer

 

Adjunct 

Luke Healy

Tanja Kuhlmann

 

Clinicians 

Paul Steven Giacomini

Myriam Lévesque-Roy

Alexander Saveriano

Profiles List

Jack Antel, MD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Douglas Arnold, MD

Research areas: Neuroimaging and Neuroinformatics, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Alyson Elise Fournier, PhD

Research areas: Neurodegenerative Disorders, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Paul Giacomini, MD, FRCP(C)

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Luke Healy, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Timothy E Kennedy, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Roberta La Piana, MD, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Heidi McBride, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases, Rare Neurological Diseases

Josephine Nalbantoglu, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Sridar Narayanan, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimaging and Neuroinformatics, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Tanja Kuhlmann, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

David Rudko, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimaging and Neuroinformatics, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Edward Ruthazer, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neuroimmunological Diseases

Alexander Saveriano, MD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Jo Anne Stratton, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Daria Trojan, MD, MSc

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

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514-398-3376
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