Satellite Symposia Programmes

Hour
Location
Title Location
19:15 - 20:00
Satellite Symposium Merck - Moving forward: The future of MS treatments and technologies
19:15 Welcome and introduction
Prof Dr Massimo Filippi
 
19:20 Expanding treatment options and the pursuit of new targets 
Dr Jorge Correale
 
19:35 New and evolving techniques for evaluating the CNS  
Prof Dr Massimo Filippi
 
19:50 Discussion and Q&A 
Prof Dr Massimo Filippi, Dr Jorge Correale
 
Hour
Location
Title Location
18:30 - 19:15
Satellite Symposium Merck - Debates in MS management: can we bring the extremes closer?
18:30 Welcome and introduction
 
18:35 Hit early and hit hard: how early and how hard?
Prof Dr Gavin Giovannoni, dr Jiwon Oh
 
18:45 Practicalities in MS management: IRT or chronic immunosuppression? 
dr Saul Reyes, dr Martin Duddy
 
18:55 Patient-reported outcomes as clinical trial endpoints: Yes or no?
dr Alessandra Solari, Prof Dr Tjalf Ziemssen
 
19:05 Q&A
 
Hour
Location
Title Location
18:30 - 19:15
Satellite Symposium Sanofi Genzyme - No Evident Inflammatory Disease Activity (NEDA/NEIDA) in MS: a false sense of security?
18:30 (Re)emerging smouldering disease vs classical view – Clinical and Imaging perspectives   
Prof Dr Massimo Filippi
 
18:35 Smouldering disease and clinical progression 
Prof Veronica Popescu
 
18:50 Mastering disease activity: A false sense of security? 
Prof Bruno Stankoff
 
19:05 Discussion and live Q&A 
 
Hour
Location
Title Location
16:15-17:00
Satellite Symposium Merck - Achieving patient-centricity in a post-pandemic world: Is hybrid healthcare more help or hindrance? An MS in the 21st Century debate
16:15 Welcome and introduction 
dr Mitsi-Joi Williams
 
16:20 “Where we are today”: evolving healthcare models Why we’re not all rushing back to in-person care The drawbacks of hybrid models Gaps in support for HCPs Future needs and strategies
dr Mitsi-Joi Williams, Michelle Alan, Jane Shanahan
 
16:45 Discussion and Q&A
dr Mitsi-Joi Williams
 
18:30-19:15
Satellite Symposium Roche - Can we stop disease progression in MS?
18:30 Welcome and introduction 
 
18:35 Understanding the mechanisms of disease progression in MS
Prof Dr Amit Bar-Or
 
18:45 Detecting and monitoring disease progression in clinical practice 
dr Jiwon Oh
 
18:55 Optimising therapy to slow and stop disease progression in MS 
Prof Heinz Wiendl
 
19:05 Discussion and Q&A
 
Hour
Location
Title Location
17:00 - 17:45
Satellite Symposium Janssen - At the extremes of precision medicine: The future of individual MS patient care based on active pathomechanisms
17:00 Welcome and introduction 
Prof Laura Airas, Prof Frederik Barkhof
 
17:02 Application of AI to early imaging data to identify MS subtypes and predict treatment response
Prof Frederik Barkhof
 
17:12 Developing a unified view of MS based on multimodal in vivo evaluation of underlying pathology 
Prof Laura Airas
 
17:22 Holistic patient management from the clinic of the future 
Prof Dr Tjalf Ziemssen
 
17:32 Discussion and Q&A
 
17:42 Final concluding statements
Prof Laura Airas, Prof Frederik Barkhof
 
19:15 - 20:00
Satellite Symposium BMS - Exploring the connection between cognitive dysfunction and brain atrophy in MS
19:15 Welcome and introduction 
Prof Dr Hans-Peter Hartung
 
19:20 Isolated cognitive relapses, cognitive impairment and brain activity correlates in patients with MS 
Dr Matteo Pardini
 
19:35 Morphological MRI correlates of cognitive function and neurofeedback training for patients with MS 
Dr Daniela Pinter
 
19:50 Audience Q&A