Thriving exchange of expertise

Graham Cooper, a PhD Fellow from Berlin, enjoyed a productive summer working with colleagues in the CCC-Neuro laboratory. He established an automatic analysis pipeline to calculate the standardized T1w/T2w ratio using clinical MRI data. This data was then used to evaluate normal appearing white matter damage in Japanese patients with multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders and multiple system atrophy, previously unable to be investigated without advanced imaging protocols which are not typically available in the clinical routine.