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The Translational Neuroimmunology Lab studies key elements of axon injury to create new treatments for multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Howe's lab is working to understand how patient-derived stem cells can prevent or reverse neurological injury in patients with multiple sclerosis.
The lab is developing strategies for protecting the brain and modulating the immune response in autoimmune and neuroinflammatory diseases.
The Translational Neuroimmunology Lab researches pharmacological strategies to protect the nervous system from inflammation.
Research on neural circuit disruption and dysregulation is aimed at protecting neural circuitry in patients with acute neuroinflammatory disorders.
The Translational Neuroimmunology Laboratory is working to analyze and prevent seizures and epilepsy.
The lab is developing new ways to protect the brain by renormalizing levels of astrocytes, key mediators of neural homeostasis.
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