Young Investigator Award Winners 2021

45 Young Investigators from over 20 different countries were accepted to present their poster during the 29th Annual Meeting.

All 45 posters were subdivided in 5 different categories: Basic Studies, Clinical, Epidemiology, Investigations and Treatment.

For each category, a selection of ECF Board Members reviewed the posters.

The winners of the best poster presentation are:

Basic Studies:

Histological characterisation of staged lesion topography in the MS spinal cord
ID73
Alex Waldman
University of Oxford and National Institutes of Health (Oxford, United Kingdom)

Poster presentation

Clinical:

Exercise therapy as supplemental treatment in early multiple sclerosis: a RCT
ID28
Morten Riemenschneider
Aarhus University (Aarhus, Denmark)

Poster presentation

Epidemiology:

The disease-modifying drugs for multiple sclerosis and association with survival
ID09
Huah Shin Ng
University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada)

Poster presentation

Investigations:

An imaging signature in choroid plexuses in pre-symptomatic multiple sclerosis
ID26
Vito Ricigliano
Paris Brain Institute (Paris, France)

Poster presentation

Treatment:

TDCS to prevent optic nerve damage and to promote remyelination in EAE mouse model
ID39
Silvia Marenna
Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele (Milano, Italy)

Poster presentation

The winners of the Young Investigator Awards become part of the Worldwide ECF Fellow Community.

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