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ICLIC-MS for Enhancing Outcomes Research and Clinical Care in Multiple Sclerosis

The goal of this project is 1) to collect longitudinal measures of cognitive function, quality of life, and physical disability on a multi-ethnic sample of 3,000 individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), using a web-based interface, Clinical and Longitudinal Information Collection for MS (ICLIC-MS); 2) to use these data in conjunction with already-collected data on genetic and environmental factors that affect risk of MS to better understand factors that influence progression of MS; and 3) to develop a report to provide information to treating neurologists about changes in cognitive function, quality of life, and physical disability that can be used to inform treatment of MS.
Investigator: Schaefer, Catherine
Funder: National Institute of Nursing Research