Since its formation, the Copenhagen CSF Study Group has maintained a research strategy integrating experimental research and clinical investigations on conditions with disturbed brain water transport.

The working method of the group is based on shared research experience between group members with the intention of maintaining an active translational bridge between clinical and experimental projects. The working principle is to attach research workers at different stages of their career—from medical students to seniors—in order to secure both team based mutual education and supervision and continuous recruitment.

We strongly believe that both the academic focus and the working method are important. Methods and ideas which are used and developed in one project are in this way made beneficial to other projects. This saves both time and resources and at the same time aims at ensuring quality, relevance, and group focus.

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