• 21 April, 2020

    People with MS sharing their data with their healthcare teams accelerates our understanding of MS in the COVID-19 era and this data drives COVID-19 advice.

    21 April, 2020

    You, our donors and supporters, are the engine keeping us going. You are the reason MS research can and will continue in these challenging times. Thank you!

    20 April, 2020

    Proteins on the surface of early myelin producing cells are vital for their survival and may be important in finding ways to repair damage from MS.

    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.

    Associate Professor Laurence Macia
    The University of Sydney, NSW

    GRANT TYPE:

    Incubator

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