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Prof. Dr. Roland Martin - Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis Research

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Current research projects

Project leader Project title
Martin Functional involvement of HLA-class II alleles in tissue-specific autoimmune disease – the case of multiple sclerosis

Completed research projects

Project leader Project title
Boyman Targeted and interdisciplinary treatment of severe immune-mediated diseases
Engelhardt Unraveling the immune etiology of multiple sclerosis - UnmetMS
Faigle Martin Search for CSF biomarkers of progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML).
Immunomodulatory effects of pregnancy specific glycoproteins (PSGs)
Jelcic Monitoring of intrathecal antiviral humoral responses in patients with relapsing-remitting MS receiving natalizumab (Tysabri®)
Jelcic Martin Influence of sphingosine-1 phosphate receptor agonists (fingolimod) on anti-viral immunity with specific focus on herpes viruses
Martin COST Action - Action to Focus and Accelerate Cell-based Tolerance-inducing Therapies (A FACTT)
EU FP7 project: CombiMS A novel drug discovery method based on systems biology: combination therapy and biomarkers for Multiple Sclerosis
Modulation of TCR signaling and synapse formation by ectoenzymes and purinergic signals
Reverse tolerization against glioblastoma by individualized vaccination with tumor antigen-derived designer peptides
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Martin Grimm Passive Immunotherapy of virus-related brain disease, progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML)
Martin Lutterotti Establishing immune tolerance in multiple sclerosis with peptide-coupled red blood cells
Martin Schippling Clinical Research Priority Program Project – MS (CRPPMS): Multiple Sclerosis – From Pathogenetically Distinct Phenotypes to Novel Therapies
Martin Schippling Lutterotti Clinical Research Priority Program Project – MS (CRPPMS): Multiple Sclerosis – From Pathogenetically Distinct Phenotypes to Novel Therapies
Martin Sospedra Search for candidate autoantigens and foreign (viral/bacterial) triggers in multiple sclerosis.
Tolerance mechanisms in MS patients treated with peptide-coupled, fixed peripheral blood mononuclear cells
Search for candidate autoantigens and molecular triggers in multiple sclerosis using a brain derived cDNA library screening system
Okoniewski Martin System “CLANG” – ClinicaL ANalysis in Genomics A Dedicated Application for Translational Biomedical Research
Reinhart Martin Characterization of the T cell receptor repertoire in multiple sclerosis
Sospedra The Role of Neutrophils and T Cell Recognition of Their Conserved Arginine-Rich Protein Domains in Multiple Sclerosis.
JC virus dissemination, reactivation and transformation during B cell maturation


Last update 28.01.2016