UBC PiMS Research Group

Pharmacoepidemiology in Multiple Sclerosis Research Group

Analysis of data over 18 years demonstrates high incidence, increasing prevalence of MS in BC

Center for Brain Health showcases PIMS team member Elaine Kingwell's recent study.

Alcohol and smoking associated with anxiety and depression in multiple sclerosis

PIMS team member Kyla McKay's recent study was showcased by the Center for Brain Health.

How does MS affect your child?

MSology.ca examines PIMS team member Neda Razaz's recent study.

Ellen Lu’s Work on Fathers with MS Highlighted

PIMS member Ellen Lu's work on Fatherhood and MS was showcased by MSology.ca
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To improve the outcome of people affected with multiple sclerosis (MS) by furthering knowledge into disease progression and factors that modify or predict progression; the long-term goal being improved prognosis and an individualized approach to the treatment of chronic disease.
Our mission is to foster excellence in multi-disciplinary clinical, therapeutic and epidemiological research to advance knowledge and improve the well-being of those affected by multiple sclerosis.
2211 Wesbrook Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 2B5, Canada
Tel: 604.822.7121
Email: info.pimsgroup@gmail.com
PIMS

Welcome to the new UBC PiMS Group Website

Our Research Group is physically located within the University of British Columbia’s hospital. We are also part of the Brain Research Centre, Faculty and Department of Medicine and Division of Neurology. If that wasn’t enough, we are also affiliated with the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Pharmacoepidemiology in MS (PiMS)
2211 Wesbrook Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 2B5, Canada
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