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Mr David MacManus
Queen Square MS Centre Trials Office
Room 109
1st Floor, Russell Square House
Tel: 0203 1087429
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  • Principal Research Associate
  • Neuroinflammation
  • UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences

Qualified as a radiographer in 1975 taking up first post at University College Hospital. Moved to National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in 1982.

Managed first MRI scanner (NMR Research Unit) installed at Queen Square used a research tool for MS developing techniques to aid diagnosis and investigate the pathogenesis and disease progression in MS.

Currently Principal Research Associate at the UCL Queen Square MS Centre acting as Projects Manager for multi-centre clinical drug trials in MS sponsored by industry, medical charities and academic institutions.

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36 years research experience in the field of magnetic resonance imaging techniques used as a research tool for multiple sclerosis, epilespy and dementia.

Academic Background
1997   Master of Science City, University of London
1991   Licentiate To be updated
1975   Diploma of the Royal College of Radiographers College of Radiographers
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