The initiative is a series of global virtual events that recreates an international conference experience by presenting attendees with a fantastic opportunity to learn about and discuss the latest research in the field of MS, but without the expense of travelling!

The programme for each conference focuses on a specific theme and is developed by a diverse, global steering committee based on the latest research and topics of interest for the audience. The programme includes keynote presentations, short talks, sponsored symposia and the opportunity for attendees to participate in a 'hot topic' debate with panel discussion, just like a face-to-face conference.


The conference team are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment for all of those involved in the study and treatment of MS by providing an online, user-friendly environment which can be accessed anywhere in the world for free! is a virtual conference experience attended by delegates from all over the world!

The conference offers attendees:

  • access to high-quality research updates and materials during the online event and afterwards
  • space to discuss current trends and developments, and to debate controversial topics
  • opportunities to network with colleagues, exchange opinions and learn more about MS
  • the opportunity to submit posters on your research to be displayed in the virtual poster hall
  • free time to explore the poster hall and virtual exhibition booths.


Future and on demand events

BTK inhibitors: an exciting new era in MS therapy


Seventh conference, 25 May 2023


The latest research and clinical insights on BTK inhibitors


Hot topics include:

BTK inhibition and the potentiality as a therapeutic target in MS

Prospects for long term administration in MS

Clinical development

A safety perspective

Positioning in the treatment pathway

Women's health: challenges faced living with MS

Sixth conference, 26 May 2022

The latest research and clinical insights on women's health in MS

Hot topic debates:

  • Family Planning and MS: what does real world data tell us?
  • Women's fertility and assisted reproduction in MS
  • Should menopause be part of the standard consultations for women with MS?

Making the invisible visible: understanding the hidden symptoms of MS

Fifth conference, 27 May 2021

The latest research and clinical insights on the hidden symptoms of MS

Hot topic debates:

  • 'Invisible' symptoms of MS should influence DMT choice
  • Precision in neuropsychological assessments must be improved beyond the SDMT and BICAMS to be clinically useful in MS care

Looking ahead: the future of MS management

The fourth conference, October 2020

The latest research and clinical insights on Looking ahead: the future of MS management

Themed across two days

  • Day 1 - Tailoring MS treatment in the face of COVID-19
  • Day 2 - Current and emerging treatments for MS

Management challenges in MS: immunology

Third conference, February 2020

  • The latest research and clinical insights on Management challenges in MS: immunology
  • 'Hot topic' debate on the motion ‘Anti-viral drug prophylaxis should be given routinely to patients with MS who have grade 3 or 4 lymphopenia’

Current concepts in
paediatric MS

Second conference, June 2019

  • The latest research and clinical insights on the theme Current concepts in paediatric MS
  • An expert panel discussion on a current controversy ‘Clinical trials in paediatric MS should be conducted for study drugs with established efficacy in adult MS’

Hot topics in
multiple sclerosis

First conference, November 2018

  • The latest research and clinical insights on the theme Progressive MS: is PPMS modifiable?
  • A ‘hot topic’ debate on the motion ‘We should routinely monitor cognition in standard MS clinical practice’

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