Neuropathology Department

Research

Neuropathology Department is involved in a number of Research projects mainly involving the following areas:

  • The study of the effect of complement C1Q on disease phenotypeTTRMet30 peripheral neuropathy using a variety of transgenic mouse models.
  • The study of modifier genes in disease severity in Multiple sclerosis.
  • The study of reactive oxidative species in the pathophysiology of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
  • An investigation of apoptosis as disease mechanism in mitochondrial encephalomyopathies.
  • Participation in multicentre observation studies of patients with Multiple sclerosis and TTRMet30 peripheral neuropathy.

 

 

Publications

Kyriakides T, Langton Hewer R.  Hand contractures in Parkinson's Disease.  Journal of ...

Research Grants

1. Cyprus Research Foundation Grant, Principal Investigator ‘A study of modifier genes on disease severity in Multiple sclerosis’ Support ...

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