MS Research Australia Brain Bank Launched in 2008
                Incubator grant funding model has a multiplier effect of 27:1
                2020 MS research grants
                22 January, 2020

                MS Research Australia has awarded $2.4 million in MS research grants to 19 new projects as part of $4.1 million MS research commitment for 2020.

                21 January, 2020

                MS Research Australia and the Trish MS Research Foundation announce a special grant program of new translational grants accelerated by bequests.

                21 January, 2020

                MS Research Australia has released the outcomes of the Pain in MS workshop hosted in October 2019 to identify gaps in research into MS-related pain.

                The Australian MS Longitudinal Study

                The Australian MS Longitudinal Study (AMSLS) is a long-term, survey-based, tracking study collecting data of practical use for improving the lives of Australians living with MS.

                MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network

                The MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network connects trial sponsors and clinical research organisations with potential trial sites, health professionals and people with MS in Australia and New Zealand.

                Vitamin D MS Prevention Trial - PrevANZ

                The vitamin D MS Prevention Trial is a clinical trial that will test whether vitamin D supplementation can prevent MS in those at risk of developing the disease.

                MS Research Australia Brain Bank

                The MS Research Australia Brain Bank coordinates the collection, storage and distribution of neurological tissue from people with MS for use in research.

                Dr Jo Lane
                Australian National University, ACT

                GRANT TYPE:

                Incubator

                Associate Professor Anneke Van der Walt
                Monash University, VIC

                GRANT TYPE:

                Project

                Dr Stephanie Trend
                Telethon Kids Institute, WA

                GRANT TYPE:

                Project

                Dr Julie Campbell
                University of Tasmania, TAS

                GRANT TYPE:

                Fellowship

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