Welcome to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Clinical Trials Resource Center, presented in partnership with CenterWatch, the leading publisher of information on clinical research for patients and their advocates and healthcare professionals. Please click on the links below to learn more about clinical research and new medical therapies for treating multiple sclerosis.

About Clinical Research
This section provides background information about the clinical trials process and what to expect when you volunteer to participate in a clinical trial. Here, you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about clinical trials and also suggestions for where to find more information.

Listing of Multiple Sclerosis Trials
This is a listing of U.S. and international clinical trials actively recruiting patients for multiple sclerosis. Use this listing to search for clinical trials by geographic region. Check back regularly, as this database is updated daily. Please note that the list includes only trials posted on www.CenterWatch.com and may not include all existing trials for MS.

Listing of Studies at the National Institutes of Health
This listing includes government-funded clinical research studies being conducted by the various National Institutes of Health.

Email Notification Service
Register your email address to be notified when new multiple sclerosis clinical trials are posted to the database.

FDA Drug Approvals
This is a comprehensive listing of drugs that have recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The drugs are organized by therapeutic area.

Neurology Research Centers
This directory provides detailed profiles of hundreds of clinical research centers specializing in neurology research. Research centers are organized geographically by state, city and center name.

CenterWatch Research Headlines
Here you'll find links to news articles and reports on recent advances in clinical research. This section is updated weekly and the information has been published in CenterWatch publications during the past weeks. There may not always be material related to neurology indications.