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Department of Clinical Neurosciences
University of Lausanne
Cristina Granziera obtained a MD in 2001 at University of Padova Medical School (Italy) and a PhD in 2007 at University of Lausanne (Switzerland) and Harvard University (Boston, MA, USA). She obtained her Neurology board in 2009 and currently works as senior lecturer and consultant neurologist in the Neuroimmunology unit of the Neurology Service of Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV). Dr Granziera leads a research group on applied advanced magnetic resonance imaging in neuroinflammatory and cerebrovascular diseases (multiple sclerosis, neuroHIV, migraine and stroke) and has numerous national and international collaborations. She is author or co-author of 30 journal papers, 3 book chapters and numerous abstracts/papers in peer-reviewed proceedings of international conferences. She was awarded a “Translational Research Award” from the University of Lausanne and a number of grants from the FNS and private foundations in order to develop and support her research activity
Neuroimaging methods and their clinical application, mechanisms of cerebral plasticity in stroke and imaging for structural-functional characterization in migraine, multiple sclerosis and neuroHIV.
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