Dr Elisabeth Solana obtained her graduate in Psychology in 2004 by the Universitat de Barcelona and a her doctorate in 2011 by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Since then, she has focused her professional career on the study of cognitive and brain changes produced by various causes such as processes of healthy and/or pathological aging and multiple sclerosis. In recent years, she has centered her interest in the detection of specific biomarkers for brain damage through advanced neuroimaging techniques, and the changes in brain connectivity networks caused by mechanisms of brain plasticity, and how this can be modified through several tools, such as cognitive rehabilitation or by of non-invasive brain stimulation techniques.
- 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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