Symposium 2019 – Monitoring Disease Progression in Multiple Sclerosis – A/Prof Mark Slee

Symposium 2019 – Monitoring Disease Progression in Multiple Sclerosis – A/Prof Mark Slee

Publication date: Jan 06, 2020

We were delighted to have A/Prof Mark Slee (Flinders University) join us as a guest presenter at our 2019 Research Symposium. After his talk, he joined us to discuss the importance of developing more accurate and sensitive tools to monitor disease progression in people living with multiple sclerosis.

Learn more about the Melbourne Brain Centre at Royal Melbourne Hospital – https://www.thembc.org.au

Learn more about the research being undertaken at the Melbourne Brain Centre at Royal Melbourne Hospital – https://www.braintranslate.org.au

Music Credit: Filmstro – https://filmstro.com

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disease MESH Disease Progression
disease MESH Multiple Sclerosis
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