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Start: 01/2008
End: 12/2009

Regulatory bodies have identified the urgent need for a "critical path toolkit" to streamline drug development and the move towards individualised therapies for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. More objective tools to support decision making based on advanced mathematical models using comprehensive data collections are needed. Aim of the EBDiMS project is the development of a web-based analysis tool, that enables an intuitive comparison of observational studies based on individual patient data. Within the scope of the project “Evidence-based Decision Support in MS” (EBDiMS), the Sylvia Lawry Centre (SLC) collaborates with investigators of observational studies to compare some major MS cohorts regarding demographic, clinical and survival outcomes.

The EBDiMS-Tool: (interactive demo)
Long term data (restricted access)

Funding: Hertie Foundation