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Katie Roberts

Katherine Roberts research author

Handling the heat - latest research

Over 60% of people with MS say they experience heat sensitivity. We caught up with heat sensitivity scientist Dr Davide Filingeri to find out how he’s tackling this invisible symptom.

Why I chose MS research

My name is Frances. I’m 24 years old and I recently started my PhD at Queen’s University Belfast.

A research round up of 2016

2016 was an amazing year for MS research and progress is not slowing down. We look back at some of the key moments and take a sneak peek at what we can expect in 2017.

New research - vitamin D in pregnancy

Low vitamin D levels in newborns could increase their future risk of MS, according to new research. Scientists found that children born with very low levels of vitamin D were more likely to develop MS in later life.

Can running help prevent MS?

Running has made the news recently with an animal study that looks at the impact it has on the brain. What did it show? We take a look behind the headlines.

What My MS, My Needs means to me

Not always getting the care that I’ve needed has been pretty hard at times, so I was really interested in the results of the My MS, My Needs survey.