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UBC PiMS Research Group
Pharmacoepidemiology in Multiple Sclerosis Research Group

Alumni

Charity Evans

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Project: Long-term Benefits and Adverse Effects of Beta-interferon for Multiple Sclerosis

 

Hilda de Jong

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Projects: The BeAMS study: The long-term Benefits and Adverse effects of Beta-interferon for Multiple Sclerosis, New indications for old drugs: Do statins, angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs) or proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) impact long-term disease progression in MS?

 

Kaarina Kowalec

Past Academic Status: PhD Trainee

Project: Genotype specific approaches to preventing adverse drug reactions in multiple sclerosis

 

 

Ellen Lu

Past Academic Status: PhD Trainee

Project: Perinatal outcomes in multiple sclerosis

 

 

Kyla Mckay

Past Academic Status: PhD Trainee

Project: Using linked health data to explore the epidemiology and impact of mental health in multiple sclerosis

 

 

Suresh Menon

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Project: The extremes of disease: the epidemiology of ‘aggressive’ and ‘benign’ multiple sclerosis

 

 

Afsaneh Shirani

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Projects: Long-term Benefits and Adverse Effects of Beta-interferon for Multiple Sclerosis, Temporal Trends of Disability Progression in Patients with MS, Temporal Pattern of Demographic Changes in Patients with MS

 

 

Mohammad Ehsanul Karim (Ehsan)

Past Academic Status: PhD Trainee

Project: Long-term Benefits and Adverse Effects of Beta-interferon for Multiple Sclerosis

 

 

nedaNeda Razaz-Rahmati

Past Academic Status: PhD Trainee

Project: Children of Parents with Multiple Sclerosis

 

 

 

 

Tingting Zhang

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Project: Disease progression in multiple sclerosis

 

 

Jose WijnandsJose Wijnands

Past Academic Status: Postdoctoral Fellow

Project: The PrOMS study: explore and establish the existence of symptomatic prodromal phase(s) in MS

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