Clinical Fellow and Postdoctoral Researcher
Dr. Eugenia Martinez-Hernandez studied Medicine at the University of Murcia, Spain. She completed an internship in Internal Medicine followed by training in Neurology at Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona. At Sant Pau, she then was a clinical and research fellow in Neuromuscular Disorders (2009-2012). During her doctoral studies Dr. Martinez-Hernandez spent 1 year at the University of Pennsylvania where she pursued additional training in molecular mechanisms underlying autoimmune nervous system diseases. Her doctoral thesis on novel biomarkers in myasthenia gravis, under the direction of Dr. Isabel Illa, has been awarded cum laude. She has on-going collaborations with the Departments of Neurology at Leiden University, the Netherlands, and Mayo Clinic, USA. In 2013 she was awarded a Río-Hortega grant and is currently working at IDIBAPS and Hospital Clinic as a clinical neurologist and post-doctoral fellow in Neuroimmunology with Drs. Dalmau, Graus and Saiz.
- Predictive MRI biomarkers of treatment response in MS
- MRI and genetic markers of multiple sclerosis long-term progression
- Cognitive rehabilitation and brain plasticity in Multiple Sclerosis: a randomized controlled clinical study
- Optic Radiation framework by Advanced imaging in neuroimmunological diseases
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