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Charlotte Blokhuis

“NEUROLOGICAL, VISUAL AND NEUROCOGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN PEDIATRIC HIV-1- INFECTED PATIENTS AS COMPARED TO HEALTHY CONTROLS.”


Neurocognitive impairment is a common problem in HIV-positive children stable on antiretroviral therapy. Our study aims to gain insight in its pathogenesis, by evaluating multimodal MRI studies in HIV-positive children versus healthy controls, and correlating alterations with neurocognitive, immunological and pharmacological states.

Project start: 01-2015
Position: PhD student
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Sophie Cohen

Neurological, visual and neurocognitive performance in pediatric HIV-1- infected patients as compared to healthy controls.

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Tanja Su

Neuroimaging, Ophthalmological and CSF Biomarkers of Cognitive and visual performance in older HIV-1-infected patients with sustained viral suppression on cART in comparison to HIV-uninfected controls

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