Neuroimmunological Diseases Research Group

The focus of the Neuroimmunological Diseases group is to understand how the immune system contributes to tissue injury and repair in diseases of the nervous system and how these features can be translated into therapy.

This program involves two primary laboratories that utilize human tissue samples to investigate the molecular properties of constituents of the immune system, adaptive and innate (microglia, macrophages)) and central nervous system (astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, neurons) that underlie their interactions under physiologic and disease conditions.

Group Leader
Jack Antel

Profiles List

Jack Antel, MD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Paul Giacomini, MD, FRCP(C)

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Luke Healy, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Yves Lapierre, MD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Josephine Nalbantoglu, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Jo Anne Stratton, PhD

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

Daria Trojan, MD, MSc

Research areas: Neuroimmunological Diseases

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