The Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (MSRRTC) aims to improve the quality of life and maximize social and economic independence for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) through improving rehabilitation methods and services.

MSRRTC's primary activities include conducting research studies on high priority topics for people with MS such as employment and fatigue, chronic pain, depression, changes in thinking, trouble sleeping; and providing research-based education and training to professionals and consumers.

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Studies Seeking Volunteers:

Currently there are no MSRRTC studies seeking volunteers.

Please check the Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine's website for other studies on Multiple Sclerosis.