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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group
Autoantibodies in Neurological diseases: discovery towards treatment and cause. ... managed by Sarosh Irani, Head of OANG
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Rhys Thomas Apr 4
Report your cases and support UK neurology if you can
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Apr 4
Smell and taste commonly affected. And the virus has been detected in CSF. I think other current reports await control groups / really convincing rates of neurological involvement.
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Apr 2
Thanks very much for this award. Looking forward to it
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Encephalitis Society Laura Bowditch Apr 1
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Professor Gordon Dougan FRS Mar 28
who are these new celebrities? They are under paid, under appreciated, brilliant, modest, dedicated, educated, all over the world.....crikey, they're SCIENTISTS!!!
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Katayoun Ayasoufi Mar 25
It seems odd to have a glimpse of happiness in these times. But today I have something to share! After almost 3 and a half years of passion, hard work, tears, love, and excitement...I am so happy to have our work on preprint ! Can't wait to see what you all think !
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 25
What a great idea. Looking forward to participating
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Heidi Johansen-Berg Mar 24
Super impressive - colleagues from ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ have designed and built a cheap scalable ventilator in a week. Could make a huge difference.
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 25
This is very helpful. We were just asking today how much data to support the (not unreasonable) assumption that COVID will affect immunosuppressed patients more, and how suppressed is suppressed? Are we being purely intuitive in our advice?
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 25
Exactly. Please could someone set this trial up? It would save health systems millions & inform biology. NMOSD patients have circulating AQP4-reactive B cells even years into their illnesses (). So, perhaps long lived plasma cells only play a small role?
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Professor Chris Whitty Mar 24
At this stage of the epidemic we need everyone to stay at home except in specific circumstances. The NHS depends on us making it difficult for the virus to spread. We all need to make changes. This will be very disruptive but it is essential to keep the community safe.
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 24
Thank you for this very important study. Do we have evidence that anti-CD19 is any better, or just much more expensive?
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 23
Its been long coming. Please let’s all adhere and make the best of this, absolutely necessary, situation
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Encephalitis Society Laura Bowditch Mar 23
For people STILL NOT GETTING IT! Cmon now... it’s not hard to understand ❤️
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Jeremy Farrar Mar 22
Everyone needs to be clear. Without respect & action by all on physical distancing UK faces truly awful COVID19 epidemic.This is up to all of us.We have really important choices to make as individuals & community.What happens depends what decisions we make
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John Andrew Todd Mar 22
An extremely rare site on a Saturday morning in Oxford’s Radcliffe Square.
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Oxford Autoimmune Neurology Group Mar 21
These curves confirm the importance of lockdown. Please take it seriously.
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Eric Topol Mar 21
A very stable genius is moving onto unproven combination therapy and providing a reference
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Maini Lab UCL Mar 16
We're all proud to be members BSI open letter to Government on SARS-CoV-2 outbreak response: 1) Ensure social distancing to limit the number of -19 cases 2) Call on the govt to release modelling data to allow scientific scrutiny
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Encephalitis Society Mar 7
Jackie, a lawyer from North Dakota, was diagnosed with autoimmune encephalitis in May, 2018. She describes it as illness which 'forever altered the course of my life.' w/ Read her story
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