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ECTRIMS 2016, Sep 14-17 in London: Visit the Elsevier booth and get a free one-year subscription to MSARD journal 

 

Please stop by our Booth A10 in the exhibition hall of the ExCel London conference center! We will be showing our Multiple Sclerosis Resource Center and our journal portfolio in MS and neurology in general. So get in touch with us and check out what is new!

Please see more information about ECTRIMS 2016 in our congress planner or on the official ECTRIMS website.

There will also be a special promotion: If you sign up for the Multiple Sclerosis Resource Center newsletter you will get a free one-year subscription to the journal Multiple Sclerosis and Related Diseases – so see you at ECTRIMS!

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About the Editors

  • Prof Timothy Vartanian

    Timothy Vartanian, Professor at the Brain and Mind Research Institute and the Department of Neurology, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell...
  • Dr Claire S. Riley

    Claire S. Riley, MD is an assistant attending neurologist and assistant professor of neurology in the Neurological Institute, Columbia University,...
  • Dr Rebecca Farber

    Rebecca Farber, MD is an attending neurologist and assistant professor of neurology at the Neurological Institute, Columbia University, in New...

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This online Resource Centre has been made possible by a donation from EMD Serono, Inc., a business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany.

Note that EMD Serono, Inc., has no editorial control or influence over the content of this Resource Centre. The Resource Centre and all content therein are subject to an independent editorial review.

The Grant for Multiple Sclerosis Innovation
supports promising translational research projects by academic researchers to improve understanding of multiple sclerosis (MS) for the ultimate benefit of patients.  For full information and application details, please click here

Journal Editor's choice

Recommended by Prof. Brenda Banwell

Causes of death among persons with multiple sclerosis

Gary R. Cutter, Jeffrey Zimmerman, Amber R. Salter, et al.

Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, September 2015, Vol 4 Issue 5