In recognition of MS Awareness week we would like to share two stories written by inspirational people living with MS.
Viv was diagnosed with MS in 2011, this is the story of Viv’s experiences in her own words.
MS Research Treatment and Education is a small but rapidly growing organisation aiming to help people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) by encouraging and funding research, offering education courses for people who have MS and supporting the translation of treatment into clinical action by supporting “real life” delivery of successful research findings.
Did you Know it’s World MS Day?
For World MS Day 2019 the MS International Federation and its network are focusing its campaign on the invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis and the unseen impact they can have.
MS Research would like to support World MS Day by encouraging you to share your stories with us through Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #myinvisiblems
On International Women’s day we would like to introduce you to three women without whom MS Research simply wouldn’t be able to achieve what we do. Our thanks and respect go out to Rosie, Laurence and Ollie for their hard work and commitment.
Dr Rosie Jones – Chairman
Rosie gained a PhD at Birmingham University Medical School as a Neuromuscular Physiologist and has had extensive active engagement in laboratory and clinical MS research and teaching. She has held posts at the University of Birmingham, University College London and at Bristol University and in the NHS in Bristol.