Laurent Magy

Current position:
Professor of Neurology, University of Limoges, France
Head of the National Reference Center for Rare Peripheral Neuropathies, Limoges, France
Member of the Société Française de Neurologie
Secretary of the Société francophone du nerf périphérique

Previous positions and training:
Professor of Neurology 2008, Limoges
Consultant Neurologist Limoges, 2001-2008
Chief resident in Neurology in Limoges 1999-2001
Residency in Neurology Paris VI, 1991-1998
PhD 2003, University Paris VI

Main clinical and research interests: in peripheral nerve disorders, inflammatory disorders of the central nervous system and clinical Neuroimmunology in general.

Main clinical activity in Clinical Neurology, Neurophysiology and Neuropathology.

My research works started with remyelination of the central nervous system and have moved to peripheral nerve disorders, especially immune-mediated neuropathies, neuropathies associated with hematologic disorders and small fiber neuropathies.

Experience in clinical studies on Multiple Sclerosis and Peripheral Neuropathy for 15 years as Investigator or PI (institutional and industrial studies)

Ongoing studies in the department:
Pleo-CMT: phase III study on CMT1A (15 patients enrolled)
Biomark: biomarkers of therapeutic response of IVIg in CIDP (coordinator and 1 patient enrolled)

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