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«MS State of the Art Symposium»

Un congresso specialistico unico in Svizzera interamente dedicato alla sclerosi multipla e rivolto a neurologi, specialisti della ricerca medica e personale paramedico.

«MS State of the Art Symposium» - The most important scientific MS event in Switzerland. This annual event targets neurologists, doctors, researchers and other experts.


MS State of the Art Symposium 2021

«MS and Infectious Diseases»

January 23, 2021 | Virtual Symposium


Interviews, Poster Blitz & Lectures

Il «MS State of the Art Symposium» si è tenuto per la prima volta virtualmente il 23 gennaio 2021. Il tema: "SM e malattie infettive". Questo simposio annuale è il più importante congresso scientifico sulla SM in Svizzera. Si rivolge a neurologi, medici, ricercatori e altri esperti.

MS State of the Art Symposium 2021: Intervista a Christoph Lotter

MS State of the Art Symposium 2021: Intervista a Christoph Lotter

C. Lotter sul «MS State of the Art Symposium»: l'importanza della ricerca e i compiti della Società svizzera sclerosi multipla | Christoph Lotter, co-direttore...

C. Lotter sul «MS State of the Art Symposium»: l'importanza della ricerca e i compiti della Società svizzera sclerosi multipla | Christoph Lotter, co-direttore Società svizzera sclerosi multipla

MS State of the Art Symposium 2021: Intervista a Milo Puhan

MS State of the Art Symposium 2021: Intervista a Milo Puhan

M. Puhan, relatore al «MS State of the Art 2021»: la sua motivazione e l’attività di ricerca | Milo Puhan, Università di Zurigo, Istituto di Epidemiologia,...

M. Puhan, relatore al «MS State of the Art 2021»: la sua motivazione e l’attività di ricerca | Milo Puhan, Università di Zurigo, Istituto di Epidemiologia, Biostatistica e Prevenzione

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Christoph Lotter

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Christoph Lotter

Christoph Lotter underlines the importance of research and thanks all participants and researchers for their fight against MS | Christoph Lotter, Co-Director...

Christoph Lotter underlines the importance of research and thanks all participants and researchers for their fight against MS | Christoph Lotter, Co-Director Swiss MS Society

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Milo Puhan and Jan Fehr

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Milo Puhan and Jan Fehr

The Corona Pandemic and MS - First Line Clinical, Epidemiological and Health Policy Insights | Jan Fehr, University Hospital Zurich, Department of Infectious...

The Corona Pandemic and MS - First Line Clinical, Epidemiological and Health Policy Insights | Jan Fehr, University Hospital Zurich, Department of Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiology & Milo Puhan, University of Zurich, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute | chaired by Adam Czaplinski, Bellevue Medical Group, Neurology FMH

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Poster Blitz

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Poster Blitz

Poster Blitz – MS Society Research Projects at a Glance | Introduction by Britta Engelhardt, University of Bern, Theodor Kocher Institute. The Swiss MS Society...

Poster Blitz – MS Society Research Projects at a Glance | Introduction by Britta Engelhardt, University of Bern, Theodor Kocher Institute. The Swiss MS Society supports research projects in the field of Multiple Sclerosis with considerable financial contributions. The «Poster Blitz» gives a brief overview of a selection of current research projects.

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Robert Hoepner

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Robert Hoepner

Swiss Covid-19 Data in the European LEOSS Registry | Robert Hoepner, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology | chaired by Caroline Pot, Lausanne...

Swiss Covid-19 Data in the European LEOSS Registry | Robert Hoepner, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology | chaired by Caroline Pot, Lausanne University Hospital, Neurology Clinic

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Céline Louapre

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Céline Louapre

The French COVISEP Registry | Céline Louapre, Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris (FR), Department of Neurology & Sorbonne Université, Paris (FR), Institut du...

The French COVISEP Registry | Céline Louapre, Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris (FR), Department of Neurology & Sorbonne Université, Paris (FR), Institut du Cerveau | chaired by Caroline Pot, Lausanne University Hospital, Neurology Clinic

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Matthias Mehling

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Matthias Mehling

MS and Vaccinations | Matthias Mehling, University Hospital Basel, Neurology Clinic and Policlinic | Research Center for Clinical Neuroimmunology and...

MS and Vaccinations | Matthias Mehling, University Hospital Basel, Neurology Clinic and Policlinic | Research Center for Clinical Neuroimmunology and Neuroscience | chaired by Gabrielle Di Virgilio, Centre Hospitalier de Rennaz, Neurology Unit

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Renaud Du Pasquier

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Renaud Du Pasquier

Risk of PML in Multiple Sclerosis Therapies | Renaud Du Pasquier, Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), Service of Neurology | chaired by Ilijas Jelcic,...

Risk of PML in Multiple Sclerosis Therapies | Renaud Du Pasquier, Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), Service of Neurology | chaired by Ilijas Jelcic, University Hospital Zurich, Neurology Clinic

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Andrew Chan

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Andrew Chan

Treatment Landscape of MS and NMOSD 2021| Andrew Chan, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology, Medical Division Neuro | chaired by Stefanie Müller,...

Treatment Landscape of MS and NMOSD 2021| Andrew Chan, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology, Medical Division Neuro | chaired by Stefanie Müller, Cantonal Hospital of St. Gallen, Neurology Clinic

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Anke Salmen

Virtual MS State of the Art Symposium 2021 – Anke Salmen

Treatment Landscape of MS and NMOSD 2021 | Anke Salmen, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology | chaired by Stefanie Müller, Cantonal Hospital of St....

Treatment Landscape of MS and NMOSD 2021 | Anke Salmen, University Hospital Bern, Department of Neurology | chaired by Stefanie Müller, Cantonal Hospital of St. Gallen, Neurology Clinic

Impressions


Programme Committee

Andrew Chan, Bern | Adam Czaplinski, Zurich | Claudio Gobbi, Lugano | Roman Gonzenbach, Valens | Robert Hoepner, Bern  | Ilijas Jelcic, Zurich  | Jens Kuhle, Basel | Stefanie Müller, St. Gallen | Caroline Pot, Lausanne | Milo Puhan, Zurich | Anke Salmen, Bern


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State of the Art News

SM e vaccinazioni

Nel contesto dell’«MS State of the Art Symposium», la presentazione del PD Dr. Matthias Mehling dell’Ospedale Universitario di Basilea ha chiarito che le vaccinazioni non sono la causa scatenante dell’insorgenza della SM e che non possono nemmeno provocare degli attacchi. Inoltre, ha evidenziato che le persone con SM possono essere vaccinate contro diverse malattie e che le vaccinazioni sono addirittura fortemente raccomandate.


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