Preliminary study into understanding fatigue in MS

Do you have MS?
Do you live in the Bristol area? Do you have MS related fatigue?

Preliminary study into understanding fatigue in MS

If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact


In collaboration with the University of Bristol and The CRIC
(Centre for Research and Imaging Centre) MS Research is supporting a preliminary study to try and help us understand more about fatigue and MS. If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact


MS Meeting Point Open Day

MS Meeting Point Open Day Invitation

MS Meeting Point Open Day Invitation


MS Awareness Week 2014 – April 28th to May 4th

We would love for you to join us during MS Awareness Week this year at our new “Meeting Point” in Bristol listen to expert guest speakers discussing relevant MS related issues, or maybe just for a cup of tea and a chat with one of our professionals, volunteers or trustees? Read More

If you are interested in popping down on Wednesday 30th of April please email or call 0117 958 6986 and let us know.

Experiences of Multiple Sclerosis

Inviting you to share your experience of Multiple Sclerosis

Sharing your experience of Multiple sclerosis would warm all hearts…

Experiences of Multiple Sclerosis
A doctoral researcher is now recruiting people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to take part in an interview study.

If you would like further information on taking part please contact Abi Eccles via email or phone 07587 142597
Or, if you know someone who might be interested, please feel free to forward this link to them

Please download the multiple sclerosis information sheet for further details.

New Profile Header on twitter for @msresearch

MS Research charity has a new header picture …If you see this it means that you have a Facebook account. Like and share MS Research

MS Research is looking forward to seeing the back of MS! We want more research on new stem cell technologies, nerve protection and improving treatment.

Studies Currently Recruiting

Studies to support developing an orthotic device to reduce tremor: Can you help? Contact us on 0117 958 6986 or Email: