Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Neurosciences Undergraduate Education, Nuffield Department of Clincal Neurosciences, University of Oxford, UK.
Prof Gabriele De Luca is an Associate Professor and Clinician-Scientist in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (NDCN), University of Oxford, the Director for Clinical Neurosciences Undergraduate Education at Oxford Medical School, and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He leads the Neurodegeneration and Inflammation Research Group in the Academic Unit of Neuropathology, Oxford with research expertise in the neuropathology of progressive multiple sclerosis. He has received grant funding from agencies such as Medical Research Council UK, UK MS Society, National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia), Oxford Biomedical Research Centre - National Institutes of Health Research, and American Academy of Neurology and has made important discoveries about how genes influence pathological outcomes in multiple sclerosis. His research has resulted in numerous publications, invited presentations, and awards, including the prestigious Cavanagh Prize awarded by the British Neuropathological Society. He has been named as an Oxford University Hospitals ‘Leader of Tomorrow’ and ‘Champion for Change,’