Dr Arman Eshaghi is a research associate at the Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre at University College London. His research interest is in computational neurology. He is currently working on developing next-generation imaging biomarkers in the clinical trials of progressive multiple sclerosis at University College London, as part of the International Progressive MS Alliance project that is led by Professor Douglas Arnold in Montreal Neurological Institute, Canada. He received the Ian McDonald Fellowship from 2016-2018 from the Multiple Sclerosis International Federation. He obtained his Medical Doctorate Degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2013 and his PhD working as part of the MAGNIMS network at University College London in 2018.