Molecular imaging of tau pathology after traumatic brain injury with Nikos Gorgoraptis

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At the Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Conference (16 September 2019, London, UK), Neuro Central had the opportunity to discuss a recent study investigating flortaucipir PET as a diagnostic tool for tau protein accumulation. Lead author, Nikos Gorgoraptis (Imperial College London), explains the relevance of tau pathology and molecular imaging following TBI, as well as the limitations of current methods.

About the author:

Nikos Gorgoraptis is an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Neurology at Imperial College London, with an interest in cognitive impairment following brain injury. He is currently involved in a number of research projects investigating multimodal and molecular imaging techniques to aid cognitive assessment following TBI and post-traumatic amnesia. He has authored multiple research articles on the topic, as well as being involved in a number of clinical trials to study efficacy of imaging in diagnosis.

Original publication:

Video originally published onĀ Neuro Central from the Future Science Group, a digital platform that unites all aspects of neurology and neuroscience.