Facilitating Precision Treatment Strategies in Multiple Sclerosis with Next-generation AI
The project aims to redefine multiple sclerosis types using artificial intelligence.
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects our brain and spinal cord, causing problems in how we move and feel. There are four types of MS, each defined by symptoms. This is an opportunity for patient advocates to assist us in redefining MS types using artificial intelligence (AI) so that patients can be matched with treatments that can benefit them the most.
16th November 2021
31st January 2022
Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre, University College London
Arman Eshaghi is a Senior Research Fellow at the Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre, part of University College London. The MS Centre at UCL is a world leader in developing new ways of investigating the brain during multiple sclerosis by MRI.
All of research
What support is offered?
Training on current research from brain images of multiple sclerosis
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?