The endMS SPRINT and endMS Summer School competition results are now available.
Congratulations to the successful applicants!
2021 endMS Summer School: See list here
2021-2022 endMS SPRINT: See list here
endMS Bits and Pieces Newsletter
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Sharing opportunities to learn about MS research, to network, to attract and retain trainees in the field of MS related research.
endMS National Training Program
The University of Saskatchewan is excited to host the
2021 virtual endMS Summer School, June 7-9, 2021
Title: Taking MS Research Off the Grid
Through a variety of presentations and break-out sessions, participants will:
• Enhance their knowledge in novel MS research and work related to:
• Mechanism of disease
• Mechanism of repair
• Mechanism of recovery
• Mechanism of resilience
• Increase their appreciation and capacity for interdisciplinary research
• Establish/expand a peer network among MS research trainees
Researchers and trainees from the field of MS and neuroscience will showcase the unique MS research underway in Saskatchewan, and highlight the world-class infrastructure and research opportunities in the province.
endMS Network Trainee Publications and Presentations
In this section we are happy to share trainee publications and presentations that are sent to us.
Based on their endMS SPRINT team project - congratulations team!:
Jessica R. Allanachǂ, John Farrell IIIǂ, Miceline Mésidorǂ, Soheila Karimi-Abdolrezaee. 2021 Multiple Sclerosis. Current Status of Neuroprotective and Neuroregenerative Strategies in Multiple Sclerosis: A Systematic Review https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/13524585211008760
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More information on the endMS National Training Program and past editions of the endMS newsletters can be found at http://www.mssociety.ca/trainingprogram
Career Opportunities: In this section we are happy to share career opportunities for trainees.
University of British Columbia: https://www.postdocs.ubc.ca/ad/54569
University of Alberta: https://www.careers.ualberta.ca/Competition/A100642699/
Assistant/Associate Professor, Pharmacogenomics - University of Manitoba
Senior Scientist - Senior Scientist,Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation, In-vivo (jobs.lundbeck)
Upcoming Joint UBC Connect/endMS Bits and Bytes Sessions
at 8:30 am PT/11:30 am ET - Verify your Timezone and Save the Dates!
Stay tuned for more information and registration details:
May 11: Dr. Corree Laule, Associate Professor , Dept of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, UBC
Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health "Myelin Water Imaging: Past, Present & Future"
May 25: Dr. Craig Moore, Memorial University of Newfoundland
April 20 at 1 pm ET, The MS Society of Canada's Hear from the Experts Series: join Dr. Julie Petrin for an informative webinar "Demystifying MS Research". Register Here
April 21 at 12 pm ET, BRaIN Seminar Series: Dr. Shalina Ousman, University of Calgary "Cystatin C and sex difference in a model of multiple sclerosis" Register Here
April 22 at 12 pm ET - Hughlings Jackson Lecture: Dr. Alan J Thompson, University College London and the UCL Institute of Neurolgoy, London, UK“Making Progress in Progressive MS – the Ultimate Challenge!”(virtual)Event. Register Here
Alberta MS Network Seminars: These seminars will be hosted on Zoom with the meeting ID: 959 1168 9437. Connect using this link: https://ucalgary.zoom.us/j/95911689437 For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 27 at 9:00 AM MT (verify your timezone) - Martina Absinta, MD, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University - “Chronic active MS lesions: from 7T to clinical trials”
May 18 at 9AM (MT) – Amit Bar-Or, MD, Professor, University of Pennsylvania –title pending
June 1 at 9AM (MT) – Ulrik Dalgas, PhD, Associate Professor, Aarhus University - “Is exercise a disease modifying treatment in multiple sclerosis?”