The group was established by Professor Flemming Gjerris and Professor Marianne Juhler with the specific aim to continue a longstanding tradition of research on clinical conditions, experimental research, and technology related to ICP and CSF disturbances. The work of the founders and the group count more than 200 original publications in peer reviewed journals, as well as contributions to clinical textbooks.
A particular focus of the Copenhagen CSF Study Group is the translational integration between experimental and clinical research, exploiting inspiration from clinical problems to formulate research questions, and subsequently applying results from this research to solve notoriously difficult issues about clinical hydrocephalus management.
We invite you to read more about the research that we do, and the people involved. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.