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Meet MS21's members

MS in the 21st Century (MS21) started in 2011 as a group of healthcare professionals with the aim to standardize multiple sclerosis (MS) care worldwide.

The importance of the patient voice was clear and, in 2016, people living with MS (PwMS) were invited to join the group.

Research has found that:

  • There are differences between what healthcare professionals and PwMS believe to be the unmet needs in MS care, and
  • For the two groups to better understand and support each other, communication in MS care needs to be improved. Therefore, the goals to standardize MS care are to:
  • Improve communication between healthcare professionals and PwMS; and
    • Develop practical educational resources based on real-world needs and data.
    • Conduct real-world evidence, clinical research and insights to further understand the unmet needs in MS care

Please see below for more information about MS21’s members.

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Members

Alexey Boyko

Alexey Boyko

Professor Boyko gained his MD and PhD from the Russian State Medical University, Moscow. He has been a Professor of...

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Alice Laroni

Alice Laroni

Prof. Laroni is a key international thought leader in MS and is an actively practising neurologist at the MS center,...

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Amanda Montague

Amanda Montague

Amanda Montague is a key international thought leader in her position as Chief Mission Officer at Multiple Sclerosis...

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Birgit Bauer

Birgit Bauer

Ms Bauer was diagnosed with MS in 2005, after which she started her life afresh. She says, ‘I’m the boss of my...

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Celia Oreja-Guevara

Celia Oreja-Guevara

After graduating with her medical degree from the University of Madrid, Professor Oreja-Guevara completed her PhD...

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David Yeandle, OBE

David Yeandle, OBE

David Yeandle was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS in 2010, having experienced symptoms up to 3 years prior to...

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