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Fellowship Exchange Programme

The RIMS Board has selected 2 applications for the Fellowship Exchange Programme. Congratulations to Dr. Gogem Topcu (UK), Research Fellow and Trainee Health Psychologist and Verónica Gemma García Martí (ES), PhD student, Physiotherapist! Verónica will visit the Alon Kalron research's group of the Tel Aviv University, Dr. Topcu will explore the MS Center in Amsterdam at the Amsterdam University Medical Center.

The fellowship is available to young European professionals in order to facilitate their training in rehabilitation related to Multiple Sclerosis among RIMS Member Centers. RIMS supports up to four fellowships annually, each of the duration for one week. The goal of the programme is to promote the multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation in MS and to encourage the exchange of information and professional growth for those working in the field of MS.

Also interested in the RIMS Fellowships Exchange Programme? Check the criteria on the euRIMS website and fill in the Application form before December 1, 2019.

Please contact the RIMS Secretariat when you have any questions regarding the fellowship.


RIMS Grant Programme

The RIMS Grant Programme aims to facilitate collaboration between RIMS members from different centres and countries in the domain of MS rehabilitation. Both projects regarding best practice (e.g., development of guidelines or educational programs) and research are welcomed.

Have a look on the euRIMS website for the criteria and take your chance!
Download the submission form on our website and return this by mail to the RIMS Secretariat before December 1, 2019.


Multiple Sclerosis Journal - Rehab in MS special issue of Multiple Sclerosis Journal

We take the occasion to remind you that the articles from the special issue on rehabilitation in MS, published by the Multiple Sclerosis Journal, can be read for free until November 1st! Click on the link to have access to the articles! The following articles can be read on the website:

Share your comments according to the Multiple Sclerosis Journal articles on social media! Do not hesitate to include the Journal's account https://twitter.com/MSJ_Research

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