Welcome to the Members Only Area!

You may join any of the following communities of interest to exchange information and discuss advances and other demyelinating diseases related to basic research and clinical issues. To access ACTRIMS online brain exchanges CLICK HERE

View a tutorial video of how to log in and post a message here


All Things ACTRIMS
This community is a forum for all members to discuss topics relevant to MS, ACTRIMS news, and ACTRIMS meetings and programming.

Basic Science
This community supports scientists and/or emerging scientists whose scientific work is in pre-clinical research. 

Clinical Journal Club
A place to discuss recent publications with relevance towards patient care in MS and other immune-mediated CNS disorders.

Clinical Research & Therapeutic Trials
This community supports investigators engaged in academic and/or commercial human subjects research. 

This community is a forum to share COVID-19 resources, research, and safety advice. This community is intended for medical professionals and basic scientists affiliated with clinical and/or university affiliations.

Fellowship and Post-Doc Job Connections
This community connects promising young investigators, researchers, and doctors into the field of MS, either clinical or non-clinical in nature. Share lecture links in this community to help support fellows in today's isolated learning environment. 


Young Investigators
This community is a forum to discuss the spectrum of careers that are attainable in MS research and clinical practice and opportunities and training in fellowship programs. We encourage all young investigators to join this community to network with peers. 

The North American Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis (NAIMS) Cooperative community is designed for individuals interested in developing imaging to accelerate the pace of MRI research in MS and furthering the biological understanding of MS through imaging.

The International Multiple Sclerosis Visual System Consortium is designed for individuals interested in improving care, research and education in multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neuroinflammatory disorders by advancing our understanding of the visual system in MS.

The International Women in Multiple Sclerosis community aims to support and inspire women and minorities working in the field of MS. Anyone committed to advancing scientific discoveries and improving care for people with MS and related disorders may join this community.