Corneal Confocal Microscopy: a Surrogate Endpoint for Neurodegeneration in Clinical Trials


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Ioannis Petropoulos, PhD

Ioannis Petropoulos
Research Associate in Medicine
Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
Dr. Petropoulos is a clinical scientist specialising in ophthalmic and neural complications of diabetes. His past and current research focuses on the use of corneal confocal microscopy (CCM) as a surrogate endpoint of diabetic and other neuropathies and has also led to the development of a novel, fully-automated image analysis algorithm. His current focus is on CCM in multiple sclerosis.