Registration is open for MS Frontiers 2015, the dedicated conference for UK and international MS researchers and health professionals. On 29th-30th June, Frontiers will bring together experts from across the world and is key opportunity for MS researchers, neurologists, clinicians and allied health professionals to present their latest work, share ideas and discuss key challenges. Click here for more information.
This year the programme will feature sessions on mechanisms of progression, using big data to improve health and social care, and new imaging methods and biomarkers. Plenary speakers will include Dr Raj Kapoor, Dr Alessandra Solari, Dr Roshan das Nair and Dr Richard Ransohoff. The full provisional programme is available online.
Unfortunately, MS Frontiers is not suitable for a lay audience due to the academic level of content. Additionally, advertising or promoting prescription-only medicines to the public is prohibited under the ABPI Code and UK law, pharmaceutical exhibitors will be present at the event making the event unsuitable for a non-healthcare or non-research audience.
CoI. We receive some support from the MS Society, but have no control on the content of the meeting, but pop along and see the new research from TeamG
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