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Welcome to the Exercise Neuroscience Research Laboratory and
Multiple Sclerosis Research Center!We are dedicated to the scientific study of exercise participation and its benefits and promotion in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS). Our research establishes the scientific evidence and methods for encouraging exercise and physical activity as behaviors that can yield desirable consequences for slowing, stopping, and reversing the life-altering effects of MS. We have research projects available for persons who are recently diagnosed through those who have been living with MS for decades. Our research projects are funded by the National MS Society. We hope that you will browse our site and learn more about what we do for persons with MS. Please contact us for more information about exercise in MS.

NEW AND EXCITING IN THE ENRL

Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) Annual Meeting

The ENRL is excitedly preparing for the 2014 CMSC annual meeting. All of our graduate students, in addition to our post doctoral fellow, and lab director will be presenting research. We look forward to sharing content and new insights with you after the conference!

The New MS Kid on the Block

Interested in our research? Take a look at one of Dr. Motl's most recent articles on physical activity and its importance in individuals with MS!