Network Overview

Alberta MS Network

The Alberta MS Network (previously the ‘Alberta endMS Regional Research and Training Centre’) was initiated in 2009 with funding from the MS Society of Canada. What began as a training network to enhance the quality of teaching of MS trainees in Alberta rapidly evolved into a network across Alberta that fosters collaboration, research, engagement, and educational activities on MS. Today, the network has helped to establish Alberta as a hotspot for cutting edge MS training and research. We operate solely through educational grants generously provided by: Biogen‐Idec Canada, EMD Serono, Sanofi-Genzyme Canada, TEVA CanadaInnovation, Roche Canada and Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc.

The education and training provided by the Alberta MS Networks helps our alumni flourish after graduating from the network.

Multi-disciplinary collaborations fostered by the Alberta MS Network are advancing MS research.

Our Network members have established an excellent relationship with the MS community

The Alberta MS Network helps to join the forces of scientists and clinicians to bring new treatments to MS patients

The Alberta MS Network has helped make Alberta an international leader in MS research activities and training.


*** Due to COVID-19 pandemic, some in-person activities are temporarily suspended. However, we are offering seminars and lectures online via Zoom. Please visit our website regularly to stay updated on our current educational activities.


182A Heritage Medical Research Building
3330 Hospital Drive NW
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta  T2N 4N1

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