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MSBase publication in European Journal of Neurology: congratulations Johannes Lorscheider & the MSBase Investigators

Congratulations to Johannes Lorscheider and the MSBase investigators for their latest research article published in the European Journal of Neurology:

Anti-inflammatory disease modifying treatment and disability progression in primary progressive multiple sclerosis: a cohort study.

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MSBase research article published in Multiple Sclerosis journal: congratulations Myintzu Min & Jeannette Lechner-Scott

Congratulations to Myintzu Min, Jeannette Lechner-Scott and the MSBase collaborators for their research article published in the Multiple Sclerosis journal:

Silent lesions on MRI imaging – Shifting goal posts for treatment decisions in multiple sclerosis

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MSBase investigators to present three oral and six poster presentations at ECTRIMS 2018

MSBase is happy to announce that nine abstracts will be presented at ECTRIMS in Berlin this year - a great contribution from the MSBase collaboration. Congratulations to you all!

Watch this space for the MSBase ECTRIMS presentations schedule.

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MSBase publication in Journal of the Neurological Sciences: congratulations Ilya Kister & the MSBase Investigators

Congratulations to Ilya Kister on his latest MSBase collaborative research article published in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences:

Predictors of relapse and disability progression in MS patients who discontinue disease-modifying therapy.

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MSBase publication in JAMA Neurology: congratulations Jordana Hughes & MSBase Investigators

Congratulations to Jordana Hughes, an MD research student working with Tomas Kalincik, on her recent publication in JAMA Neurology:

Association of Inflammation and Disability Accrual in Patients with Progressive-Onset Multiple Sclerosis.

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The MSBase Registry reaches 60,000 patient records!

Together we have accumulated 60,000 patient records; an outstanding collaborative achievement by the members of the MSBase Registry.

This powerful pool of data can be used to address many important questions about MS, and will ultimately help to improve the lives of people living with MS. 

Thank you for taking part and making a difference!

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Fourth MSBase Research Fellowship awarded to Francesca Bovis

The MSBase Fellowship Committee has selected Francesca Bovis from Italy as the successful MSBase Fellow for 2018. Francesca is a post-doc research fellow in Biostatistics at the University of Genoa. Her research focuses on statistical analysis of medical data with particular focus on methodological problems in the study of multiple sclerosis.

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MSBase research article published in Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders: congratulations Yara Fragoso and the MSBase Investigators!

Congratulations to Yara Fragoso and the MSBase 'Lymphopenia and Efficacy of Fingolimod' sub-study Investigators on your research article:

Lymphocyte count in peripheral blood is not associated with the level of clinical response to treatment with fingolimod.

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Prof Helmut Butzkueven receives Research Australia’s Data Innovation Award 2017 on behalf of the MSBase collaboration

The Data Innovation Award is presented to an individual or team that that has developed the most innovative method of gathering, making available, processing or interpreting data in a way that advances health and medical research.

A huge congratulations to Helmut and the MSBase collaboration on receiving this prestigious award that recognises the growing success of MSBase to harness the power of real-world data, and ultimately help improve the lives of people with multiple sclerosis.

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New MSBase research article in Brain

Tomas Kalincik and the MSBase co-authors have delivered again with new research insights published in Brain:

Towards personalized therapy for multiple sclerosis: prediction of individual treatment response.

Congratulations Tomas and the MSBase Study Group.

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MSBase oral and poster presentations for ECTRIMS 2017

MSBase is pleased to announce a total of 17 accepted abstracts for presentation at ECTRIMS in Paris this year. This is an excellent contribution from the MSBase collaboration. Congratulations to you all.

Watch this space for the MSBase ECTRIMS presentations schedule.

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New MSBase research article published in Neurology

Congratulations to Johannes Lorscheider, the MSBase co-authors and the MSBase study group on your recent peer-reviewed journal article published in Neurology:

Anti-inflammatory disease-modifying treatment and short-term disability progression in SPMS.

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New MSBase article published in Multiple Sclerosis Journal

Congratulations to Tomas Kalincik, MSBase co-authors and the MSBase Study Group on a new publication in Multiple Sclerosis Journal.

Cladribine versus fingolimod, natalizumab and interferon β for multiple sclerosis.

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New MSBase Publication in Annals of Neurology

Congratulations to Pietro Iaffaldano, the Italian iMedWeb Registry and the MSBase Registry:

Prognostic indicators in pediatric clinically isolated syndrome.

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MSBase partners with Icometrix, Roche, Novartis and Biogen in world-first project

Unlocking the predictive power of routine clinical MRI - Click here to find more information

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New MSBase Publication in Multiple Sclerosis Journal

Congratulations to Alessio Signori, MSBase Fellowship recipient 2015!

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Postgraduate research scholarship opportunity Melbourne, Australia

Dr Tomas Kalincik is advertising a postgraduate research scholarship that has the potential to inform clinical practice of multiple sclerosis management globally

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