UBC PiMS Research Group

Pharmacoepidemiology in Multiple Sclerosis Research Group

What’s new for ‘microbiota multiple sclerosis’ in PubMed

Helen Tremlett's new article, "The gut microbiome in human neurological disease: A review", was recently published in Annals of Neurology.

Association between anti-depressants drugs on the progression of multiple sclerosis.

Researchers found no evidence to suggest that exposure to the antidepressants ‘selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors’ were associated with a delay in MS disability accumulation or progression.

Unique Relationship Found Between Gut Microbiota and Immune Markers in Kids with MS

Children with multiple sclerosis (MS) may show a disruption in the balance of bacteria in the gut as early as two years into the disease course, suggests new findings from Dr. Helen Tremlett.

Associations between the gut microbiota and host immune markers in pediatric multiple sclerosis and controls

Dr. Helen Tremlett's latest article has been published in BMC Neurology.
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