ECTRIMS 2016: Young MS Investigators’ Research

September 14, 2016

The session featured a study comparing MRI criteria for diagnosing MS, the role of spinal cord volume loss in predicting disease activity, and more.

Studies from the Young Scientific Investigators’ Session 1 presented at ECTRIMS 2016 (Sept 14, 2016) in London highlighted recent multiple sclerosis research. The following slides include a study comparing MRI criteria for diagnosing MS and the role of cortical lesions, a look at the impact of cognitive impairment on patients’ income, and an investigation of whether or not spinal cord volume loss can predict disease activity and disability.