6th MS Research Day – Registration open


#MSresearch @ #BartsMS Research Day Registration

We will be holding the 6th MS Research Day on Saturday the 21st March 2015 at the Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, London.


Registration starts at 9.30am.

We are aware that people who have attended our previous research days may already know alot about MS (nerve signals, immune response, how clinical trials work etc.) therefore, we are going to run a beginners talk from 10.00am -10.30am for people who are new to MS research and would like to learn about the basics. The official welcome will then start at 10.30am and then the research talks will follow.

If you are a regular attender and would not like to hear the talk about the basics then please still come along and join us for a coffee in one of the other rooms from 10am – 10.30am.

We always try to create a friendly environment for you to learn about MS Research so researchers, clinicians, MS Nurses from both our team and the UCL team will be on hand to answer any questions you might have. As usual, all talks will be filmed and put online, so you can watch them again at home. 

You can watch videos from previous research days here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyTAs55E__NlUmDeWs66Jeg

We will be posting the day programme on the blog as soon as it’s finalised, so hopefully in the next 2 weeks!


You can register for the event here: www.msresearchday2015.eventbrite.co.uk

If you would like to attend the event in a professional capacity (i.e you are a Neurologist, MS Nurse, researcher, medical student etc.) then please contact us before you register as there are very limited spaces.

If you are are planning to attend to represent a charity or a company please also contact us and do not use the event brite page.

Please Book your spot earlier than later as places are limited 
If you do not think you can make, it please inform us as early as possible so that your place can be given to someone else.

We look forward to seeing you in March.

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