Type http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ and search on “multiple sclerosis”. These normally say where the trials are being done and whether they are recruiting or completed and what type of MSer is needed for the study
e.g. .NCT01451593 which is being done by Team G and friends
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world. Users can search by disease name, such as multiple sclerosis
Current Controlled Trials (part of Springer Science+Business Media) allows users to search, register, and share information about randomized controlled trials. It has two components:
ISRCTN Allows protocol authors of clinical trials to obtain a unique trial identifier (International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number). Any clinical trial designed to assess the efficacy of health interventions in a human population is eligible. Also contains a registry of trials that have been assigned an ISRCTN.
The EU Clinical Trials Register website allows visitors to search for information on clinical trials in European Union member states and the European Economic Area as well as ones that are conducted outside the EU/EEA if they form part of a pediatric investigation plan.
The National MS Society’s Clinical Trials page offers various types of information about clinical trials on multiple sclerosis.
Wikipedia’s Clinical Trials Registry Page contains general information and links to many registries.
The World Health Organization’s Clinical Trials Search Portal provides access to a central database containing the trial registration data sets provided by registries from around the globe, some of which are also listed on this page: