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CMSC members enjoy many benefits. Member entitlements include: 

- Reduced registration at our annual meeting

- Publications such as the International Journal of MS Care, position papers, etc.

- Access to scholarships, fellowships, and funding for pilot projects

- Opportunities to serve on the board, committees, and task forces

- Listing on the CMSC webpage


All membership applications are reviewed by the CMSC Membership Committee and require the submission of some basic information in addition to your professional qualifications. If you are interested in becoming a CMSC member, please choose the appropriate form below, complete and return to the CMSC administrative office.

Individual Physician - $150
Individual Healthcare Professional - $100
Student - $25
Full Center - $600
Associate Center - $600
Liaison - $350
VA Center- gratis


Full Membership
To qualify for full membership, a center must be engaged in the comprehensive care of persons with multiple sclerosis and research related to the disease. There must be clear evidence of comprehensive care, including the ability to evaluate, manage medical, psychological, social and rehabilitative problems related to MS. In addition, full members must have specific educational programs for patients, caregivers, and professionals. Full members must also be active in research related to the problems posed by MS.

Associate Membership
Associate members are health care providers who do not meet the criteria for full membership, but are involved in the comprehensive care of patients with multiple sclerosis.

VA Members
VA members must be clinics or centers that are part of the VA system and provide. Their programs must meet all requirements for full membership.  

Liaisons are corporations, organizations, and other groups not directly involved in with MS care or services but wish to support and be affiliated with the CMSC.

Individual Membership
Individual members include professionals (physicians, health professionals, scientists, students) who wish to associate with the Consortium and its programs. These members must be engaged in the care of persons with multiple sclerosis or their care givers or have a special interest in MS research. This category includes those providers and clinics that are too limited in their scope to qualify for full membership. Student Members must be full-time students in the health care field or related discipline and have a special interest in MS.



The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers

3 University Plaza Drive, Suite 116 Hackensack, NJ 07601

Tel: 201.487.1050 | Fax: 862.772.7275