Young Investigator Award Winners 2022

34 Young Investigators from over 17 different countries were accepted to present their poster during the 30th Annual Meeting.

All 34 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:

A potential protective role of Nurr1 in multiple sclerosis motor cortex​
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Jonathan Pansieri
University of Oxford (Oxford,​ United Kingdom​)

Poster presentation

Clinical:

Clinical and radiological concordance in sibling pairs with multiple sclerosis
ID66
Alexander Balcerac
Sorbonne University (Paris​, France​)

Poster presentation

Epidemiology:

​High socioeconomic impact on prescription behavior of ​on-label DMT in MS
ID08
Sara Samadzadeh​
University of Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf​ Charité Universitätsmedizin (Berlin,​ Germany)

Poster presentation

Investigations:

Intrathecal Opsonins and Spinal Cord Axonal Loss in Multiple Sclerosis
ID51
Alex Waldman
University of Oxford, Oxford​United Kingdom​

Poster presentation

Treatment:

Transcranial direct current stimulation applied in EAE mouse model​
ID54
Silvia Marenna
San Raffaele Hospital (Milan​, Italy)

Poster presentation

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

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