The Trinity College Dublin Institute of Neuroscience in Ireland is a leader in neuroscience research and a valued partner in the patient community.
Their focus is on translating neuroscience research findings into empirically-grounded interventions and public health initiatives.
“Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have developed four short, animated films about multiple sclerosis. They are looking for people living with MS, people who work with them, and their relatives, friends and loved ones to complete short surveys on the films in order to learn from their experiences of the films and to inform the development of future resources for people with MS. The surveys can be accessed at the below links until Monday, July 17th”
Whether you are a clinician, researcher or patient please take a moment to fill in these new surveys put forwards by the Institute.
How does MS affect my brain?
How does MS affect my cognitive function?
What is the cognitive reserve?
How can I keep my brain healthy?