Hugues Chabriat

Hugues Chabriat

Hugues Chabriat, MD PhD, born march 24, 1963 in Reunion Island (France) was trained at University of Marseille and later at Paris Sorbonne Medical Faculty. He graduated as a neurologist at University Cochin-Port Royal in 1993. He became Professor of Neurology at University of Paris – Denis Diderot – in 2002 and the head of the Neurology Department at Lariboisière Hospital (Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris) in 2009. He heads the national referral center for rare vascular diseases of the brain and retina since 2005 (CERVCO) and was Vice-Chair of the French Neurovascular Society (SFNV) until 2017.

Honors and Awards

  • 2008  Fellow of the European Stroke Organization
  • 2018  Fellow of the European Academy of Neurology

Current research interests

My research has long been focusing on the clinical and imaging aspects of stroke disorders. Our studies are particularly dedicated to the analysis of the natural history and clinical heterogeneity of common and hereditary cerebral small vessel diseases. In this context, we explore the clinical and predictive value of different imaging markers, particularly in Mendelian adult forms of these disorders. In CADASIL, the most frequent of such condition, we currently develop innovative clinical tools and imaging biomarkers that may help to develop future therapeutic solutions.