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Australian researchers develop new method for identifying lesions

28th July, 2015

Royal Melbourne Hospital and University of Melbourne researchers have developed software that could change the way doctors identify MS lesions in brain scans

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New Australian study investigates the effect of genetic change on immune cells

14th July, 2015

A new Australian study determines changes to immune cells due to genetic variation at the costimulatory molecule CD40

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Electronic questionnaire improves reporting of continence issues

14th July, 2015

Researchers from the University of Sydney have found a way to make the most of the time spent in the neurologist’s waiting room.

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MS Research Network partners with the Health-Science Alliance for research meeting

14th July, 2015

The NSW MS Research Network partnered recently with the Health-Science Alliance for a dinner meeting in Sydney. The NSW MS Research Network is a forum which aims to get MS researchers and clinicians

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Australian Health Professionals Update their MS Knowledge

14th July, 2015

In June, members of the MS Research Australia research staff were privileged to be able to attend a weekend seminar called MS Atlas held in Sydney. An impressive line-up of international and Australian

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New directions for the Australian MS Longitudinal Study

14th July, 2015

MS Research Australia and MS-ACT/NSW/VIC recently co-hosted a Research Update Webinar. A/Professor Ingrid van der Mei spoke about new directions planned for the Australian MS Longitudinal Study

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Self-monitoring therapy helps reduce fatigue and stress in MS

8th July, 2015

A recent study by Australian researchers has examined the association between biofeedback and psychological outcomes in people with MS.

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Harvard Club of Australia Nonprofit Fellowship Award for 2015

25th June, 2015

It was announced on the 24th June that Dr Matthew Miles, Chief Executive Officer of MS Research Australia, is one of the recipients of the Harvard Club of Australia Non-profit Fellowship Awards for 2015.

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Placental stem cells reduce disease in a laboratory model of MS

24th June, 2015

Researchers at Monash University have shown that stem cells found in the placenta can calm inflammation in mice with MS-like disease

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Predicting risk of disability

24th June, 2015

Two studies by investigators using the clinical MSBase database identify several factors associated with risk of accumulating MS-related disability

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