The New Zealand Multiple Sclerosis Research Trust was established in 2015 to stimulate, co-ordinate and support New Zealand-based research into the cause, prevention, treatment, alleviation and cure of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and to obtain and disseminate research findings.
New Zealand provides unique opportunities for MS researchers. There is so much about MS in New Zealand that is unknown. The opportunity to make life better for people with MS in our country is enormous and the need is pressing.
Scientists Discover a Subset of Brain Cells That Fight Inflammation with Instructions from Gut Bacteria
The Alliance Drug Discovery Collaborative Research Network led by Professor Francisco Quintana…read more
New possibilities for developing ways to repair nerve-insulating myelin in people with Multiple Sclerosis
Progressive MS Alliance Collaborative Research Network Study Shows that Stem Cells Derived…read more