ECTRIMS hosts the world’s largest annual international conference devoted to basic and clinical research and care in multiple sclerosis. The Annual Congress offers a host of educational sessions, plenary lectures, posters and young investigator sessions, as well as meet-the-expert opportunities.
The 2022 Congress
The 38th Congress of ECTRIMS will take place 26-28 October in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The event will be held as a hybrid event, on-site and online.
This year in Amsterdam, participants can enjoy scientific, hot topic and educational sessions, as well as selected free communications, young investigator sessions, guided e-Poster sessions and meet-the-expert sessions. The Annual Congress is being organised jointly with the 27th Annual Conference of Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis (RIMS).
The 2021 Congress
The 37th Congress of ECTRIMS took place as a fully digital virtual experience on 13-15 October 2021. Some 7,000 participants from 104 countries came together virtually to share the latest updates in MS research. The event included 203 speakers and over 1,400 abstracts.
The 2021 content, including hundreds of sessions as well as speaker interviews, abstracts & more, will be made available for public access at a later time this year.
2021 Selected Highlights
A number of ECTRIMS 2021 presentations are available to the general public. These selected videos, chosen for their topical relevance this year, are among the more than 100 sessions that took place during the Annual Congress, which covered four overarching themes: Clinical Diagnosis, Imaging and Biomarkers, Therapeutics, Pathology, and Differential Diagnosis.
Past Congress Videos
The ECTRIMS Congress is a unique opportunity to learn, interact & share. Discover in these videos why attendees enjoy it and all the opportunities it offers:
Congress Awards & Grants
Each year at the Annual Congress, five prizes are awarded to the best poster presentations (€1,000 each), as judged by Scientific Programme Committee. Award-winning poster authors give short presentations in the closing session of the Annual Congress.
In addition, two prizes (€1,500 each) are awarded to the two best oral presentations given by young investigators age 35 or younger.