Two brain models against the blurry background of Prof. Inglese and two of her colleagues looking at a computer screen together.

Pushing the boundaries in multiple sclerosis research

Clinicians and researchers are pioneers whose insights help us better understand and diagnose challenging diseases like cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and complex musculoskeletal conditions.

Doris Pischitz
Published on September 18, 2023

Professor Matilde Inglese, MD, PhD, is one such pioneer. 

A lifelong disease

Portrait photo of Professor Inglese sitting at the professor's desk in the lecture hall.

The role of magnetic resonance imaging

“Today, MRI helps us find a correct diagnosis and select the right treatments, which can improve symptoms,” says Inglese.

Monitoring progression and treatment response

MRI image of MS lesions in the brain

Overcoming current limitations

MRI image of MS lesions in the brain

Hope on the horizon

Prof. Inglese walking down the corridor of the research building, looking at her mobile phone.
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Make the difference.

By Doris Pischitz
Doris Pischitz is an editor in corporate communications at Siemens Healthineers. The team specializes in topics related to healthcare, medical technology, disease areas, and digitalization.