IMSCOGS Annual Meeting
June 23-24, 2016
New York Academy of Science, NY
The International Multiple Sclerosis Cognition Society (IMSCOGS) promotes research about cognition in MS. It is a point of contact and information for all researchers and health professionals interested in MS cognition.
IMSCOGS brings together researchers and health professionals with an interest in cognition in MS and all related areas. This includes the natural history of cognition in MS, measurement of cognitive performance, how it links to disease and MR variables, assessment and management of cognitive impairments, and other psychological, social and medical factors that relate to cognition.
The annual international conferences are a forum for current research and innovation in MS cognition and provide a supportive educational experience for young researchers. IMSCOGS drives the research agenda for cognition in MS. It also contributes to health policies and guidelines at national and international levels in relation to cognition in MS.
Jennifer Pizzuto, MSWorld’s Director of Media Relations and Dr. Daniel Kantor were on the ground at IMSCOGS, along with MSWorld’s Film Crew to bring us the latest updates from the meeting about cognition and Multiple Sclerosis.