<b >Veronique Miron, PhD</b>

Veronique Miron, PhD

Veronique Miron completed her PhD in neuroimmunology at McGill University and her postdoctoral fellowship at the Scottish Center for Regenerative Medicine. She launched her laboratory at the University of Edinburgh and has recently taken up the John David Eaton Chair of Multiple Sclerosis Research in Toronto, where she leads a team studying how myelin forms, degenerates, and regenerates with relevance for multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, and normal aging.

Articles by Veronique Miron, PhD
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A Story of Mice and FIRE
Niamh McNamara, PhD and Veronique Miron, PhD | Dec 4, 2023 | 9 min read
Studying how microglia control myelin growth and prevent its degeneration helps scientists better understand and address neurodegenerative diseases.