Dr Don Mahad
Dr Don Mahad is a Senior Clinical Lecturer who studies the role of mitochondria in the pathophysiology of neurodegeneration.
I spend 80 percent of my time on research and 20 percent on clinical care (general neurology and multiple sclerosis) as a consultant neurologist. I have developed expertise in the diagnosis, treatment and symptomatic management of MS patients through the MS clinical care physician fellowship awarded by National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
We study bioenergetics, in particular the role of mitochondria in the pathophysiology of neurodegeneration, demyelination and remyelination failure with a focus on progressive multiple sclerosis.
Research group members
- Graham Campbell - Postdoctoral Fellow
Sources of funding
- Wellcome Trust
- MS Society
- Scottish Funding Council