MS Research Briefing

Date: 18th August 2022

Learn about the role Australia has played in advancing MS research nationally and internationally, presented by MS Australia.

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About the session

This research briefing was proudly hosted by MS Queensland with special presentations from MS Australia’s Dr Julia Morahan, Head of Research, and Dr Hamish Campbell, Deputy Head of Research.

The presentation focusses on the role Australia has played in advancing MS research nationally and internationally. The latest MS research is centred on helping people living with MS having the best possible outcomes right now. In this research briefing, MS Australia’s research team presented where they have come from and the future research strategy for MS Australia, including how MS Australia funds and facilitates research and some Australian success stories.

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