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Take part in MS research

Get involved and help shape the future direction of MS research.

It takes time for clinical research to change people’s lives, but you can get involved and make a difference.

The MS Society Tissue Bank

The MS Society Tissue Bank is a vital resource, with donated tissue helping scientists around the world advance our understanding of MS. In this video, Director of the Tissue Bank Professor Richard Reynolds talks about the work the Tissue Bank does, and how donors make a difference.
Read more about the Tissue Bank

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Be in a study

There are lots of ways to get involved in research, from completing a questionnaire to being in a clinical trial of a new treatment.
Find out more about being in a study
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Join our Research Network

The Research Network is a group of people living with MS who are helping to shape our research programme. Find out what's involved and how to join.
Read about our Research Network

MS Register

The MS Register is the world’s first register, for any condition, to combine information from you, about your MS, with clinical and NHS data.
Find out how to join the MS Register

MS Society Tissue Bank

The MS Society Tissue Bank has provided tens of thousands of tissue samples to hundreds of MS research projects for more than 20 years.
Leave your brain to the Tissue Bank