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World MS Day 2018

The 2018 campaign will be called #bringinguscloser and the theme is research

The #bringinguscloser campaign is about connecting people affected by MS with those involved in MS research, including scientists, students, nurses, fundraisers, volunteers, and more. It’s a chance to come together to celebrate what we’ve achieved in MS research so far, and share our hopes for the future. 

Ways to get involved 

Image removed. Join us on World MS Day, May 30th for a research information event in Tercentenary Hall, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Building, Dublin 2 @ 6.00pm. Register now

Image removed. Are you involved in MS research? Create and share your own research profile. Record a video or download templates from the global World MS Day website

Image removed. Share the social media images and printable posters celebrating milestones in MS research. Download toolkit

Image removed. Find out more about events in your area or if you are hosting an event add to the global map!

09:00 to 23:00

Meath: Mindfulness Class to mark World MS Day

‘World MS Day 30th May - Mindfulness Class (with a little bit of fun thrown in) at 12pm. Hosted generously in the Crea Centre, Drumbaragh, Kells Co. Meath by Martina and her team for people with MS. Please come along and bring family and friends. Light refreshments will be served. There is no charge for the class but we are asking for a small donation to MS Ireland. Hope to see you there!

12:00 to 13:00

Dublin: MS Research Explored

Please join us on World MS Day Wednesday, 30th May 2018 for a research information event in Tercentenary Hall, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Building (TBSI), Pearse Street, Dublin 2 @ 6.00pm - 8pm


- Launch of MS Research Report

- How Clinical Research is Bringing Us Closer to Understanding MS: Professor Orla Hardiman, Trinity College Dublin

- The Patient’s Voice – Bringing Us Closer to Research: Joan Jordan, EUPATI Graduate, European Patients’ Academy

- Bringing Us Closer to Research in Ireland: Dr Claire McCoy, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland

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18:00 to 20:00