MS research, studies and grants:
Other research sources for reference:
New Zealand Multiple Sclerosis Research Trust
The NZMSRT aims to stimulate, co-ordinate and support New Zealand-based research into the cause, prevention, treatment, alleviation and cure of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and to obtain and disseminate research findings.
MS Research Australia
MS Research Australia the largest not-for-profit organisation dedicated to funding and coordinating MS research in Australia, as part of the worldwide effort to unravel the complexity of MS. The primary mission is to accelerate research towards the prevention, better treatments and, ultimately, a cure for MS.
To accomplish this since establishment in 2004, MS Research Australia has invested nearly $32 million into major collaborative research platforms, and investigator led research projects.
The International Progressive MS Alliance
A global collaboration of MS organizations, researchers, clinicians, pharmaceutical companies, and people with progressive MS, transforming the landscape of multiple sclerosis.
MSTranslate aims to curate and aggregate the wealth of information available on multiple sclerosis (MS) in a way that makes it accessible to every element of the community by:
The New Zealand Brain Research
The Institute is home to a number of important research projects and provides valuable research opportunities for many students and researchers from a variety of partner institutions, such as the University of Otago, University of Canterbury, and the Canterbury District Health Board. They also work closely with partner community organisations, such as the Neurological Foundation and the Multiple Sclerosis Society.