High impact MSBase paper published in Neurology by MSBase Fellow, Francesca Bovis!

Francesca Bovis was the recipient of an MSBase Fellowship award in 2018. Francesca is a post-doc Researcher in Biostatistics at the University of Genoa. The aim of her fellowship project was to utilise MSBase Registry data to apply an innovative statistical approach, developed at the Harvard Medical School, devoted to developing strategies that identify the patient population with the highest benefit from a drug.

Her findings related to this research have been published in Neurology:

Treatment response score to glatiramer acetate or interferon beta-1a.

Congratulations to Francesca Bovis, her fellowship supervisors Claudio Solaro and Maria Pia Sormani and all MSBase investigators who contributed to this achievement!

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MSBase research published in Brain. Congratulations Izanne Roos and MSBase investigators!

Congratulations to Izanne Roos and the MSBase investigators for their recent publication in Brain:

Delay from treatment start to full effect of immunotherapies for multiple sclerosis.

Research highlights contained within.

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World first pregnancy study findings published in JAMA! Congratulations Vilija Jokubaitis!

Congratulations to Vilija Jokubaitis and Ai-Lan Nguyen who led the first major comprehensive study confirming that pregnancy can slow MS onset. The study found that women who have been pregnant were diagnosed with their first MS symptoms, on average, 3.3 years later, compared to women who had never been pregnant. 

Research findings have been published in the Journal of the American Medicine Association Neurology journal:

Association of Pregnancy With the Onset of Clinically Isolated Syndrome.

Congratulations to all MSBase collaborators involved in this very exciting and high impact publication!

Research highlights contained within.


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MSVirtual 2020 - MSBase Presentations

MSBase is pleased to announce a total of 10 accepted abstracts for presentation at MSVirtual - our first virtual ECTRIMS conference!

This is an excellent contribution from the MSBase collaboration. Congratulations to all investigators involved!

Lead authors and research details are contained within...


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