Bruno Stankoff, MD, PhD, is a neurologist, professor of neurology in Sorbonne University, Paris, expert in multiple sclerosis care and research since 20 years. He is the head of the MS clinics in Saint Antoine Hospital (APHP), and is co-director of a research team entitled « mechanism of myelination and remyelination in the CNS”, at the Brain and Spinal Cord Institute (ICM), in Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital. His main expertise domains are, the search for pharmacological strategies for remyelination, and the development of translational imaging techniques for the assessment of tissue injury and repair in MS, with a specific interest in molecular imaging. He has recently initiated several programs aimed at imaging by a combination of PET and MRI remyelination, neurodegeneration and microglial inflammation in MS. His has authored more than 90 international articles, and peer-reviewed more than 100 international articles (prestigious journal such as Nature Reviews, Science Translational Medicine, Brain, Annals of Neurology, J Neurosci…). He is member of several international and national representative structures: ECTRIMS Council, MAGNIMS European imaging network, OFSEP steering committee, foundation ARSEP medico-scientific committee, French MS Society (SFN).