The endMS Research and Training Network is a nationwide initiative formed to accelerate discovery in the field of multiple sclerosis in Canada. Through innovative education and funding programs, we aim to attract, train and retain MS researchers and increase opportunities to conduct MS research in Canada.
The endMS Network is managed by the MS Society of Canada and funded through its related MS Scientific Research Foundation as the flagship investment of the $60 million endMS capital campaign. Please click here to read more about the endMS capital campaign.
National Personnel Awards
Our unique National Personnel Awards equip trainees from across Canada with funding to pursue MS research and training opportunities, gaining exposure to innovative approaches and techniques, collaborating with experienced researchers in the field, and increasing their knowledge and skill in MS research.
National Education and Training Programs
Our National Education and Training Programs provide trainees and researchers from across Canada with exposure to, and training in, the broad set of concepts and skills required for a successful career in MS research. These programs foster collaboration among new and experienced researchers, strengthening the research community nationwide.
The operational hubs of the endMS Network’s research and training activities are its five endMS Regional Research and Training Centres (RRTCs). Each of these centres is comprised of multiple academic and health institutions within a defined geographical region. Each RRTC designs and delivers education, training and research activities that foster knowledge exchange and collaboration among researchers and trainees based in its region.