40,0,0,60,1
1,600,60,1,3000,1500,25,800
90,150,1,50,12,30,50,1,70,12,2,50,1,0,0,5000
0,1,1,1,2,40,15,5,2,1,0,20,0,1
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune neurological disease, affecting 1 in 650 people in France, majority are women.
Multiple Scleroses
Multiple Scleroses
It aims to bring together many researchers and specialists in complete independence, by offering them, via the EDMUS software, a formidable database.
EDMUS Foundation
EDMUS Foundation
OFSEP is an epidemiological tool on MS for of the French and international scientific community to develop research.
The OFSEP project
The OFSEP project
Each year, the EDMUS Foundation launches a call for research projects and selects research projects on multiple sclerosis using data from the French Multiple Sclerosis Observatory.
Supported projects
Supported projects
Discover SURVIVMUS II, Emmanuelle Leray's research project, which was presented at ECTRIMS 2019 on September 13. Its project is about mortality of MS patients. It is supported by the EDMUS Foundation in the context of the call for projects in September 2016.
News
News

 

Editorial by the President

The Eugène Devic EDMUS Foundation supports research on multiple sclerosis. The Foundation, not-for-profit organization recognized as a public utility, was created on April 19, 2010 by Professor Christian Confavreux.

The Foundation provides physicians and researchers with powerful clinical and fundamental research tool in the fight against multiple sclerosis.

Neurologists, computer scientists, mathematicians, epidemiologists and clinicians from France and abroad have come together to work on this ambitious project thanks to the EDMUS software, which the Foundation owns, and the Observatoire Français de la Sclérose en Plaques (OFSEP). These two tools are essential for monitoring and analysing the data collected.

The Foundation's non-profit activities are conducted in a spirit of neutrality and independence and therefore medical and scientific objectivity.

 

Sandra Vukusic

President of the EDMUS Foundation
Head of Neurological Department, Pierre Wertheimer Neurological Hospital
OFSEP Scientific Coordinator.