2019 American Academy of Neurology Research Program Grant Opportunities

The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers is committed to making a difference in the lives of researchers who are committed to making a difference in the lives of patients with brain disease which is why we’ve partnered with the American Brain Foundation to support a 2019 Clinical Research Training Scholarship in Multiple Sclerosis. We want you to be among the first to know that we are now accepting applications for the 2019 AAN Research Program and hope you consider applying for our award, or one of the many other available opportunities for all types of research across all career levels and discovery stages—or pass this email along to anyone who you think might be interested!   Please v... »

MS Clinical Fellowship Program

Dear Valued Stakeholder: We would like to inform you that Biogen is continuing its deep commitment to support the education and development of Multiple Sclerosis specialists through our MS Clinical Fellowship Program. This year, Biogen will name the 2019-2020 MS Clinical Fellowship awards after the late Drs. Joseph Herbert, Lawrence Jacobs and Omar Khan. We hope that honoring these pioneers for their incredible work and collective impact will create opportunity for investment in the next generation of MS Clinicians. Applications will be accepted through our Grants & Giving Portal from June 1 through July 15, 2018, with decisions to be communicated to applicants by August 31, 2018. All qu... »

Enhanced Fellowship Program Database

MS-PiT Fellowship Database is now searchable by location and name. We have also added an online submission form to make it easier for organizations to add and update their programs. Program directors/administrators are encouraged to update information throughout the year. For questions, comments or suggestions, please contact Rachelle Ramirez at »

Special Interest Group Announcement

On behalf of the Board of Governors of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) we are delighted to announce approval of a new Special Interest Group (SIG) to serve as both a network and communication resource for professionals-in-training with an interest in the care and research of multiple sclerosis. This Special Interest Group has many potential benefits for individuals forging career paths in MS. Members of the SIG will provide input on the unique needs of professionals-in-training and have the opportunity to network with each other and potential colleagues and mentors across North America. This group will be represented by a volunteer Chair with a non-voting seat on the CMSC... »

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