The 2014 MS Research Webinar

I am excited to announce the 2014 MS Research Webinar (and to give you a behind the scenes look at our National Office in Toronto). For the event this year we’ve invited my colleagues Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung, Dr. Audrey Hicks, Dr. Michelle Ploughman and Dr. Helen Tremlett – whom I know have touched many of your lives across the country.

Our panel will present some of their exciting findings as well as the latest in research related to symptom management and quality of life. You will hear about how exercise and rehabilitation can be best applied to improve the lives of Canadians living with multiple sclerosis. We’ll also explore environmental influences and predictors of MS, as well as ways to live longer, healthier and fuller lives.

I want you to participate.  Whether you are someone living with MS, or you have a connection to it through someone that is special in your life, register here and submit your questions below in the comments, on the MS Society of Canada’s Facebook page or on Twitter. We want to hear from you, because you are the reason we all do what we do.

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National vice-president, research, past MS researcher, and PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine from University of Ottawa. Leads the MS Society's research program to find the cure for MS and improve the quality of life for people affected by the disease.

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