Do you want to shape the future of MS research? Well you've come to the right place.
Our Research Network does just that by reviewing research grants applications, setting our research priorities and much much more.
Don't worry if you don't have a science background - we're just looking for passionate members of our MS community who want to make a difference.
Want to know more? Take a look at our introduction pack to find out what it involves.
By opting into the Research Network, the MS society will use the
information provided to process your interest in the Research Network. You are also agreeing to receive updates, information, surveys, and invitations to get
involved with our research activities. It
may also be used in analysis of the Research Network members and activities.
This information will only be used by the Multiple Sclerosis Society and will
not be passed on to any third parties. By providing the above information you
are consenting to the data being processed and stored as outlined above.
To join the network, please let us know if you are happy to hear from us by:
you’re aware, in addition to research we’re also writing, campaigning and
fighting; and we’d love to stay in touch about our latest news, information,
local events and fundraising appeals.
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We kindly ask you to read through our code of conduct before signing up to the Research Network. It is vital that you understand and follow this Code when undertaking Research Network activities.
Research with animal testing
We're making great progress in research, but we still need to do more. Every step is crucial in helping us understand the causes of MS, so we can stop it for good.
Because of this, we believe that sometimes research involving animals is necessary to support our work. It can help us make important breakthroughs and develop new treatments for people with MS. Together, we are strong enough to stop MS.
You can read more about our policy on our website.
If you'd prefer not to be involved in projects which might involve animals (for example reviewing grant proposals for those projects), please select 'no' below.