César Álvarez González, MD PhD

Clinical Neurologist and Neuroscientist


Translational and Clinical  Research

Clinical and Scientific Consulting

Science Communication

Open Science



I am a clinical neurologist and neuroscientist, currently working at the Clinical Neuroimmunology Group/NeuroCure (NCRC); Experimental Neuroimmunology/Institute of Medical Immunology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany. In my current project, I have been working with a cohort of early MS and NMO patients phenotyping different B cell subpopulations in frozen blood mononuclear cells and their clinical, MRI and OCT correlations.

Before my current post, I was a clinical research fellow in multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunology at the Centre for Neuroscience and Trauma, Blizard Institute, Queen Mary University of London and the Royal London Hospital. I pursued a PhD in University College London at the Anthony Nolan Research Institute. I studied medicine in the University of Guadalajara, and clinical neurology in UNAM and the National Medical Centre Siglo XXI, IMSS.

Particular Interests:

Clinical Neurology


Regenerative Neurology

Multiple Sclerosis



Technology and Computer Science

I am also founder of NeuroMéxico, a website on neuroscience, science and technology. The site is mostly written in Spanish but has a growing international section in English.

This is a personal web page. It isn’t limited to neuroscience, but follows my mental and physical wanderings, wherever they might lead. Fellow travellers might join me along the way.