Opportunities to Participate in MS Research
Are you ready to get involved? There are many ways to participate in MS research from taking part in a clinical trial to helping institutions select and fund projects as a patient advocate. Find an opportunity that’s right for you.
iConquerMS™ is an online community of people with MS who drive research by sharing health info, connecting with researchers, and engaging in studies. Enrollment is open to anyone who wants to help shape and contribute to MS research.
NARCOMS is a global registry of more than 38,000 people with MS that is focused on MS research, treatment, and patient education. It has supported past research analyses on MS in African-Americans and Latinos.
The University of California San Francisco is inviting African-Americans to participate in a national study of the genes that affect the risk of MS. Participation involves providing information and medical records, and having blood drawn at a nearby lab site.
Collaborators in California and Florida are inviting Hispanic Americans to participate in a study about factors that affect MS risk and experience. Participation involves an office visit and donation of information and blood samples.
You can also search for MS research studies at ClinicalTrials.gov. ClinicalTrials.gov is an online registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world.