Research

Studies to stop MS, restore function and end MS forever.

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Osteoporosis

Bone health

People with MS are more likely to develop osteoporosis.

Novel ideas

Pilot projects focus on cutting-edge, innovative MS research.

Pressing questions illustration

Pressing questions

People with MS can help guide research studies.

Fun and games

Technology can help improve balance.

Modern approaches

Dr. Alan J. Thompson pioneers groundbreaking MS research.

Women at the forefront

Scientists are making remarkable headway in MS research.

High-powered imaging techniques

Dr. Reich uses a high-powered MRI scanner to capture images of complex biological processes that… Read More

Gut bacteria may play a role in MS

Bacteria could affect immune responses.

Predicting MS progression

Biomarkers may yield information about progression.

Researchers get closer to myelin repair

Trials examine improvements in optic nerve signals and functional abilities.

A decade of MS breakthroughs

Barancik Prize winners continue their work to find a cure for MS.

Mental health concept with brain and flowers.

The brains behind MS research

Tissue donation helps pave the way to a cure.

Exploring MS origins

2023 Dystel Prize winner focuses on how the immune system could fight off the disease

Doctor stethoscope and rainbow flag icon symbol of LGBT pride. Symbol of gay lesbian bisexual transgender human rights and peace

Providers work to improve care for trans people

Healthcare experts see need for expanded knowledge and experience in treatment

Managing multiple medications

People with MS often have more than five prescriptions, which can lead to problems.

Connecting the dots

Barancik winner’s work targets multiple diseases to improve treatment and outcomes of people with MS.

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