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For Healthcare Professionals and Researchers

The Society partners with researchers and clinicians to increase knowledge about MS, identify new treatment and management strategies, and help people access the care they need to live their best lives. We offer information and consultation services and a wide range of research funding programs, training opportunities and services, tools and resources to support your work. 

Training for fitness professionals

Are you a fitness professional that is interested in working with people who have MS? Check out our free online training program for fitness professionals to learn about MS and how to work with people who live with the disease.

Multiple Sclerosis: "A Clinical Perspective"
Educational and Networking Reception for Students and Professionals, March 3, 2015

Join the NYC-Southern NY chapter of the National MS Society for a two-part discussion on the clinical aspects of MS. The program will include a presentation on the latest discoveries in MS research and an interdisciplinary case study review.  For more information, click here.

Janet Pearce Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Education Program March 13, 2015

This much acclaimed educational program is designed for nurses who would like to expand their knowledge in the rewarding field of MS nursing.  It is also appropriate for other health care professionals working with people living with MS, as well as students.  During this full day course, attendees will learn from experts in the field through lectures, case presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities. This year’s program theme is “The Changing Goals of Care.” For more information, click here.

Medical Student Summer Clinical Fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis 2015

The New York City-Southern New York Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society announces a four-week summer clinical fellowship program offered to medical students who have completed at least their first year of medical school. The experience will enable fellows to gain exposure to the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis primarily, but not exclusively, in a clinical, out-patient setting.  The chapter will provide a stipend of $2,000. Application Deadline: March 16, 2015. Email for more information.

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