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The Society offers many programs and services to help people affected by MS live their best lives. Find resources in your area to learn, connect, and get support.

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  1. IN PERSON Research

    Research Study: Brain Plasticity

    Seeking patients to participate in a study to test for genes related to disease progression in MS. This is a NON-medication study and requires only one visit. Study participants will complete an MRI (without contrast), a blood-draw for genetic testing, a neurological exam, and brief questionnaires. Lebanon, NH

    Lebanon, NH 03756See Map
  2. ONLINE Research

    Research Study: Patients' Perspectives on Doctors and Pharma

    Researchers at the University of Vermont, Oregon Health and Science University, the University of Colorado and Dartmouth are conducting a research study to understand MS patients' perspectives on relationships between their doctors and the pharmaceutical companies that develop new multiple sclerosis medications. This study is an online survey that takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

  3. ONLINE Research

    Research Study: Caregivers of Spouses/Partners with MS Study

    Researchers at the University at Albany, SUNY are recruiting anyone who is the spouse/romantic partner of someone with MS to learn more about these special caregivers. Spouses/partners of someone with MS who provide any care, and can take a brief, anonymous survey are eligible. The survey will take about 40 minutes to complete.

  4. IN PERSON Research

    Research Study: Resilience and Health in People with Multiple Sclerosis – an online survey

    Researchers in the Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science at the University of Vermont are interested in exploring how resiliency differs between individuals with and without multiple sclerosis (MS) and how specific resiliency factors influence health outcomes. The survey should take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

  5. IN PERSON Research

    Improving Cutaneous Sensation and Balance in People with Multiple Sclerosis

    The Multiple Sclerosis Research Group at the University of Massachusetts is conducting a study that examines the effects of enhancing sensation of the feet on standing balance in people with and without MS.

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