Stop MS Appeal Annual Lecture
Our sixth Stop MS lecture will be taking place virtually on Wednesday 2 June from 6.30pm.
The title of this year's lecture is: Introducing Octopus: How a ‘mega trial’ will help us stop MS sooner.
We're excited to announce that the lecture will be presented by Professor Jeremy Chataway, MS clinical lead at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, and Professor Max Parmar, Director of the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, lead investigators of our ground-breaking new multi-arm, multi-stage trial, Octopus.
Join Professor Chataway and Parmar as they explain our Octopus journey so far - from bringing together experts from different fields to plan the trial, developing Octopus’ revolutionary design and getting the trial ready to open to participants later this year.
After the lecture, there'll be a panel session with our esteemed Scientific Ambassadors, where you'll get the opportunity to ask a question.
We look forward to virtually welcoming you to this fascinating evening.
How to watch the lecture
To watch the lecture simply register below, and we'll email you closer to the time with the video link.