The MS Family Study

Researchers from the Menzies Institute for Medical Research are seeking participants who come from families with multiple relatives affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). By analysing the genetic code of such families, the researchers want to better understand the inherited risk of MS.

ACT-Sydney Multiple Sclerosis (MS) cohort study

As part of the Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH) project, researchers at the Australian National University and Sydney Adventist Hospital are working together to improve the clinical management and overall health and wellbeing of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). In this study we are recruiting people with MS as well as people who […]

Finding your stride: Navigating running and jogging with multiple sclerosis

You are invited to take part in a research project about your ability to run or jog with multiple sclerosis (MS). This research project is designed for people who are already regularly running or jogging and have a diagnosis of MS. By regularly running or jogging we mean at least once every four weeks. The […]

People with mobility-impairing neurological conditions perspectives about graduated compression stockings to prevent deep vein thrombosis.

This research aims to acquire information on the users’ needs around graduated compression stockings (GCS) and identify the drawbacks of current available GCS designs. Their difficulties in wearing, daily use, and the factors affecting the selection of the compression stockings, will be identified in the online survey and focus group using Zoom. To identify the […]

Exploring the use and need for lifestyle management of multiple sclerosis

This study is a survey of people living with Multiple Sclerosis to explore the use of lifestyle factors such as nutrition, exercise and stress management for symptom management. It will investigate the need for information, priorities for lifestyle areas and opinions in relation health care support for this form of self-management.