In this video, Dr. José Manuel García Domínguez (Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañon, Spain) and Prof. Cristina Granziera (University of Basel, Switzerland) raise attention for smouldering MS by discussing the latest clinical insights and emerging imaging options.
Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón Madrid, Spain
Dr García Domínguez is a consultant physician at the Department of Neurology, Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón in Madrid, Spain. He is also co-responsible for its Unit of Demyelinating Disease and is a member of the Demyelinating Study Group of the Spanish Society of Neurology. Since 2010, Dr García Domínguez has been responsible for the Multiple Sclerosis Clinic at HM Hospitales, Madrid, where he is a neurologist.
He graduated with an MD from the Autónoma University of Madrid and conducted his fellowship in multiple sclerosis (MS) at the Multiple Sclerosis, Demyelinating Diseases and Neuroimmunology Clinic at Hospital Gregorio Marañon. He completed his MS formation at John Radcliffe Hospital, University of Oxford, UK. Subsequently, he was awarded his MSc in Neuroimmunology from the Autónoma University of Barcelona, Spain. Dr. García Domínguez is also a national and international neurology advisor with more than 15 years of experience and a broad knowledge in MS. He has over 40 research works published and has participated in several MS training programs.
Neurology Clinic and Policlinic
Departments of Medicine
Clinical Research and Biomedical Engineering
University Hospital Basel and University of Basel, Switzerland
Prof. Granziera obtained a MD at Padova University Medical School (Padova, Italy) in 2001, a PhD in Neuroscience at Lausanne University (Lausanne, Switzerland) in 2007 and the Swiss Neurology board in 2010. In 2011, she was appointed as lecturer at University of Lausanne, where she was promoted to senior lecturer in 2014.
In 2015, she joined the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical school (Boston, MA, USA) as assistant professor in Radiology and assistant in Biomedical Engineering. Currently she works as senior consultant neurology at University Hospital of Basel, as professor in neurology and biomedical engineering at University of Basel and she is part of the steering committee of the “Research Center for Neuroscience and Neuroimmunology (RC2NB)” in Basel.