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Neuromuscular Junctions (Photo by: Suzan Hammond)

Genetic dysfunction of ion channels causes disorders with altered nerve or muscle excitability, impaired neuromuscular junction transmission or altered excitation contraction coupling. Clinical manifestations include myotonia and weakness that may be fatal, episodic and progressive. The focus of Beeson is to translate an understanding of the molecular mechanisms of disease at the neuromuscular synapse into treatments, also working to provide a National Advisory and Diagnostic Service for congenital myasthenic syndromes.



David Beeson: Neuromuscular Disorders

David Bennett: Neural Injury Group

Yin Yao Dong: Diseases of Protein Glycosylation

Jackie Palace: Oxford Multiple Sclerosis and Neuromyelitis Group

Sithara Ramdas

Carlo Rinaldi: Neuromuscular Translational Research

Laurent Servais: Specialised Translational Research Oxford Neuromuscular Group