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Michelle L. Mauermann, M.D., studies disorders that damage the peripheral nerve system through neoplastic (hematologic), inflammatory or genetic mechanisms. She uses human clinical trials in her research. The long-term goals of Dr. Mauermann's research are to elucidate the mechanisms of neuropathies in plasma cell disorders and to improve treatment of hereditary amyloidosis, plasma cell disorders and inflammatory neuropathies.
Dr. Mauermann's research into peripheral nerve disease centers on human disease with significant disability. Her research focuses on disease phenotyping, biomarker development and direct human clinical trials with the goal of improving treatment for patients with these diseases.
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