Call for consultants in India

1st November 2018

A great opportunity to work on an MS International Federation (MSIF) advocacy project in India

World MS Day 2019 campaign announced: My Invisible MS

30th October 2018

World MS Day 2019 will take place on 30 May. The theme is Visibility and the campaign…

Blocking the brain lymphatic pathway reduces symptoms of MS

26th October 2018

A new study has found that blocking the brain lymphatic vessels reduced MS-like illness in a laboratory…

Advances in research increase rate of MS treatment changes

26th October 2018

Studies show that improved MS medications and advances in MRI technology have led to an increased rate…

Genes shown to influence disease course in MS

25th October 2018

A new study has identified three changes within people’s genes that are linked to different disease courses…

Interaction between immune cells may contribute to MS

24th October 2018

A new study has revealed an interaction between two types of immune cells that may contribute to…

Winner of 2018 Young Investigators Award announced

24th October 2018

MSIF is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s Young Investigators Award: Dr Silke Häusser-Kinzel.

2018 McDonald Fellowship and Du Pré grant recipients announced

19th October 2018

MSIF is proud to announce the recipients of the 2018 McDonald fellowships and Du Pre grants

Join our team – International Evidence Manager

16th October 2018

A fantastic opportunity to lead of the production of the only global, open-access source of data on…

We’re hiring! Campaign and Content Manager

5th October 2018

We're looking for a digitally-savvy and experienced communicator to join our team

Music, dancing and film: Brazil’s National MS Awareness Day

4th October 2018

Brazilian MS Association brings National MS Awareness Day to life with a series of musical, theatrical, dance…

UK unites MS community for ‘Living with MS’ events

3rd October 2018

The UK MS Society will bring together people affected by MS at an interactive event in November…