Awarded Telstra NSW Business of the Year 2017
Managing member of the International Progressive MS Alliance
12 September, 2018

Leaving a Gift in your Will is a wonderful way to ensure that Australia’s cutting-edge research continues into the future, allowing those affected by multiple sclerosis to find answers, better treatments and hope.

Medicine pills, white balance 3000K - Brain Shrinkage
05 September, 2018

Ibudilast slows brain atrophy by half in progressive MS trial. The results provide the impetus to continue to the next phase of clinical trials to test whether the medication can prevent disability accumulation in people living with progressive forms of MS.

22 August, 2018

New findings from a landmark research report show that while the number of Australians living with multiple sclerosis (MS) continues to rise – now at 25,600 - the course of the disease is shifting with more people able to stay in work and needing less care and support as a result of changes in treatment strategies.

The Australian MS Longitudinal Study

The Australian MS Longitudinal Study (AMSLS) is a long-term, survey-based, tracking study collecting data of practical use for improving the lives of Australians living with MS.

MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network

The MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network connects trial sponsors and clinical research organisations with potential trial sites, health professionals and people with MS in Australia and New Zealand.

Vitamin D MS Prevention Trial - PrevANZ

The vitamin D MS Prevention Trial is a clinical trial that will test whether vitamin D supplementation can prevent MS in those at risk of developing the disease.

MS Research Australia Brain Bank

The MS Research Australia Brain Bank coordinates the collection, storage and distribution of neurological tissue from people with MS for use in research.

Ms Amy-Lee Sesel
The University of Sydney, NSW



Professor Stephen Lord
Neuroscience Research Australia, NSW



Professor Danny Eckert
NeuRa, The University of NSW



Dr Ollie Jay
The University of Sydney, NSW



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