Patrick Vermersch Neurologist, Department of neurology, Lille Teaching Hospital.
Patrick Vermersch studied medicine at Lille University Hospital (France), where he graduated in Neurology. Between 1990 and 1994 he pursued his training in basic research fields, mainly in cellular biology, obtaining a PhD addressing biochemical abnormalities associated with Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. He also conducted research related to the characterization of post-transcriptional anomalies of tau proteins. His research interests then turned to multiple sclerosis (MS).
Prof. Patrick Vermersch is head of one of the University of Lille’s departments of Neurology which deals with MS and other neuroinflammatory diseases. The department is primarily concerned with neuroimmunology and markers of disease evolution.
Prof. Patrick Vermersch is currently vice-president of research in the fields of Life and Health Sciences at the University of Lille. In 2000, he and colleagues created the first MS network in northern France to improve MS care and research. His current areas of interest are prognostic markers in MS and neuroimmunology in general. He participates in many treatment protocols for MS. He has authored or co-authored approximately 380 scientific papers. His H-index (Web of Science) is 54.
Issues for wich Professor Patrick Vermersch participated
Issue 2 june 2015 Impact of the microbiota on the gut-brain axis: from physiology to disease
- Impact of the microbiota on the gut-brain axis: from physiology to pathology
Microbiote en direct
- AAN 2015 Annual Meeting. American Academy of Neurology® 18-25 February 2015. Washington, DC (USA)