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Dr Eleonora Lugara
23 Queen Square
UCL (University College London)
London
WC1N 3BG
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Appointment
  • Senior Translational Research Manager
  • UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Biography

Eleonora Lugarà is the Translational Research Manager for Queen Square Institute of Neurology.

Eleonora obtained her PhD in Neuroscience from UCL, where she carried out research on both basic science and gene therapies for epilepsy. She is a co-leader investigator in the VIBES clinical study funded by ERUK in collaboration with Imperial College London to detect biomarkers of seizures. Before re-joining UCL, Eleonora worked for UCB pharma company in gene therapy development and early phase drug discovery where she was part of the epilepsy team.

Together with Professor Dimitri Kullmann (Deputy Director for Enterprise, Translation and Advanced Therapies), Eleonora facilitates the activities around translational research for all investigators at the Institute of Neurology.


Teaching Summary

Taught for academic year 2018/19 and 2019/20 a 1-hour lecture and marked exams on “Autoimmune diseases in the brain”: Clinical Neuroscience MSc 

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