Category Archives: Multiple sclerosis

World MS Day – research into fall risk in multiple sclerosis

Today is World MS Day. Currently approximately 20,000 people in Australia live with Multiple Sclerosis. The international theme this year is ‘independence’ with MS organisations all over the world celebrating ways that people affected by MS can maintain independence and get on with their lives. At NeuRA, Dr Phu Hoang and colleagues are investigating how research into reducing falls in those […]

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Everything our body does requires muscles, a brain and nerves

NeuRA’s Motor Impairment Group investigates this system and why it fails. The Motor Impairment Program is a five-year (2014-2018), NHMRC-funded grant, the goal of which is to better understand the pathophysiology of motor impairment, to implement interventions and to drive enhanced clinical practice. Following are highlights of the 2015 year. NeuRA’s Motor Impairment Research Program conducted a randomised controlled trial […]

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