National MS Center Melsbroek
Cognitive fatigability in daily life of people with multiple sclerosis: physiological responses and proof-of-concept of biofeedback-based intervention to improve quality of life
Steenokkerzeel - Melsbroek
The aim is to develop a new cognitive fatigability (CF) testing protocol that is longer in duration and is relevant to daily life by use of Virtual Reality and neurophysiological measurements. Project led by Daphné Kos.
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Brugmann University Hospital
Implementation of biomarkers in multiple sclerosis: what can help clinicians to predict clinico-pathological phenotypes
We aim to explore the diagnostic and prognostic role in multiple sclerosis of two biomarkers, i.e. immunoglobulin free light chains and complement activation products, and to ide…