MS RESEARCH AUSTRALIA BRAIN BANK NEWS

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03 February, 2020

Three MS treatments will be considered for inclusion on the PBS at a PBAC meeting in March – nabiximols (Sativex), siponimod (Mayzent), ozanimod (Zeposia).

13 December, 2019

MS Research Australia has funded six new MS studies totalling almost $150,000 in the first round of incubator […]

13 December, 2019

Associate Professor Kaylene Young and Professor Bruce Taylor are working towards new discoveries that may provide treatments to […]

13 December, 2019

The MS Research Australia biennial Progress in MS Research Conference was recently held in Melbourne. Over 150 MS […]

12 December, 2019

A great way to stay up-to-date on the latest progress in MS research is by joining us in cyber-space […]

13 November, 2019

The first ever treatment for secondary progressive MS, a form of MS that can follow on from relapsing remitting MS, has been approved in Australia.

15 October, 2019

Although there has been quite a bit of research into the contribution of genes to the risk of […]

14 October, 2019

Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG) antibody is associated with many demyelinating conditions, but it has not be characterised in-depth. […]

21 September, 2019

Australian researchers funded by MS Research Australia have potentially found new neurodegenerative biomarkers for MS progression.

21 September, 2019

A large international study led by an Australian researcher has identified risk factors that may contribute to conversion to secondary progressive MS.

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