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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society partners with researchers and clinicians to increase knowledge about multiple sclerosis, identify new treatment and management strategies and help people access the care they need to live their best lives. We offer information, consultation services and a wide range of research funding programs; training opportunities and services; and tools and resources to support your work. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our most common questions. If you still need assistance, please fill out the contact form below and someone will get back to you.

I’d like to learn more about MS. Do you have information for professionals?

For clear, accurate information on MS, start with the For Professionals pages of our website, our virtual, educational program ECHO MS, our Current Topics in MS Webinar Series and our Mental Health Professionals Clinical Discussions. Find more opportunities to expand your knowledge on our Professional Education Calendar and Networking Opportunities pages. Sign up for the Clinical Care Connections newsletter by emailing or fill out the form below.
Do you provide clinical information about MS for my patients?

Our website is a first stop for many people who are just learning about MS, and we take pride in providing clear, accurate information about the disease, including information about medications and MS symptoms. In addition, we offer a wide range of online resources such as the webinar series Ask an MS Expert, the RealTalk MS podcast and Momentum Magazine. As part of our commitment to health equity, we have resources specifically for the Black community, the Hispanic/Latinx community (in Spanish and English) and Veterans.
I am a general neurologist. How can I engage with the National MS Society?

We would love to collaborate with you. If you’re interested in learning more about MS from experts in the field, attend one of our ECHO MS programs. You can also reach out to the Healthcare Stakeholder Engagement Manager at to get involved with opportunities in your market, to become a Partner in MS Care or to learn about our Centers for Comprehensive Care program. In addition, feel free to follow and connect with us on Twitter.

Do you offer any research grants?

MS research is a high priority for us, and we strategically invest in research worldwide to drive solutions for every single person living with MS. Discover our broad spectrum of research funding and training opportunities or email

Do you offer clinical fellowships and awards?

We offer a range of fellowships and awards to further the careers of MS researchers and clinicians with the aim of improving care and moving us closer to a cure. In fact, the National MS Society has advanced the careers of over 1,000 researchers who have been behind nearly every major breakthrough and treatment in MS. Learn more about these opportunities on our site.
What kind of support do you offer for people affected by MS?

We provide virtual programs like New to MS and Pathways to Wellness, as well as two virtual, annual summits, the Hispanic/Latinx MS Experience Summit and the Black MS Experience Summit.

People struggling with challenges unique to their situation may contact an MS Navigator. These are highly skilled, compassionate professionals trained to connect people living with MS to the resources and support they need to move their lives forward. Other resources include support groups, online communities, the Peer Connections program, MSFriends®, and the Edward M. Dowd Personal Advocate Program.

Can you help me connect with other researchers?

Yes, we can point you to online communities, conferences, academic societies and more. Check out our Networking Opportunities page for the full list.

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