A selection of fellowships and grants that MSIF members and partners offer to MS researchers around the world
The MS International Federation draws on the expertise of its members, people with MS and others
Stacey Black ran a half-marathon in memory of her grandmother
Teresa was diagnosed with MS 24 years ago. To celebrate World MS Day 2015 she walked a mile for each year she’s had MS.
The award is given for the best presentation of a translational project by a young researcher
These researchers have received Du Pré Grants to enable them to work in established MS research centres outside their own country
MS affects people all over the world. MS registries are one of the many advances in MS research that are bringing us closer as a global MS community and closer to ending MS.
The International Progressive MS Alliance works to speed up the development of treatment for progressive MS
Cord lesion load and spinal cord atrophy may contribute to disability in people with progressive MS
The UK MS Society met up with Brooklyn rapper and record producer Masta Ace to talk about music and life with MS
The UK MS Society’s campaign calls on the government to change criteria of Personal Independence Payments (PIP), a vital disability benefit for people with MS.
Volunteers from the UK MS Society’s English Council worked with the Rotarian Action Group for MS Awareness (RAGSMA) to attend the event and share information about MS.
Winners of the James D. Wolfensohn Award come from all over the world
Examples of accessible resorts and services shared by our members
Sean Hegarty from the UK is in his mid-forties and lives with relapsing progressive MS
A recent survey by the UK MS Society has shown that 45% of people with MS have experienced prejudice because of their symptoms
Our highlights from the world’s largest scientific conference on multiple sclerosis
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the UK MS Society’s helpline.
Review shows previous measures of memory rehabilitation were not reflective of daily life
Chemical in the brain involved in signaling may play a role in progressive MS
Study suggests that early spinal neurodegeneration may underlie clinical impairment
Believe and Achieve is a programme of paid internships for young people with MS
The Progressive MS Alliance has awarded its first round of 22 research grants to investigators in nine countries
The UK MS Society’s campaign calls for the right treatment at the right time
The first scientific meeting of the International Progressive MS Collaborative took place in Milan, Italy
The MS International Federation has announced its first six Du Pré Grants for 2014
The Atlas of MS is the most extensive worldwide survey of the disease