Bringing the research community together to stop MS
About MS Frontiers
By bringing scientists, clinicians and health care professionals together to network and share the latest advances in MS research we're accelerating the progress being made to stop MS.
The conference also aims to support the next generation of MS researchers by giving them a chance to present their work and hear from world experts.
MS Frontiers 2019
The 2019 conference was in Bath, with Professor Catherine Lubetzki,of the ICM Brain and Spine Institute Paris giving the Ian McDonald Memorial Award Lecture. 115 scientific presentations were made over the two days with a speakers from the UK, US, Canada and Europe.
You can download the delegate handbook which includes the abstracts of all talks, posters and workshops.
MS Frontiers 2021
Details of the upcoming conference will be announced next year. We again expect to offer bursaries to students and early career researchers and provide CPD credits for professionals.
If you're a researcher and would like to contribute to its planning by joining the conference committee, please email MSFrontiers@mssociety.org.uk.
Robin Franklin, Professor of Stem Cell Medicine, University of Cambridge (co-chair)
Rona Moss Morris, Professor of Psychology as Applied to Medicine, Kings College London (co-chair)
Klaus Schmierer, Reader in Clinical Neurology, Queen Mary University of London
Cheryl Hemingway, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Salman Goudarzi, Senior Research Associate, University of Portsmouth
Karen Chung, Clinical Research Associate, UCL Institute of Neurology
Sasha Leigh, MS Society Research Strategy Committee and Research Network