Seeking Healthy Volunteers for Important MS Study of Processing Speed

East Hanover, NJ, May 29, 2018. Kessler Foundation in East Hanover, NJ, is seeking healthy volunteers for a study investigating a standard tool - the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) - for assessing processing speed in individuals with MS. By updating this tool with normative data from the healthy population, researchers aim to more accurately assess how an individual’s processing speed changes over time.


Dr. Strober of Kessler Foundation to speak at MS Conference in Vienna

Research scientist will lead workshop, “Sleep disorders and fatigue in MS.”

West Orange, NJ. Lauren Strober, PhD, of Kessler Foundation will speak at “Multiple Sclerosis Management: A Changing Landscape” a convocation of 400 neurologists from European nations. The conference is being held at the


Kessler Research Study on MS and Employment Seeks Participants

Participate in a Research Study to Help Define the Factors Associated with Employment and MS

Researchers at Kessler Foundation are interesting in learning more about the factors associated with maintaining employment in MS. Individuals who are gainfully employed and/or considering leaving the


Kessler Foundation MS researchers study predictors of employment status

Comparison of cognitive tests shows SDMT effective in determining employment status in MS

West Orange, NJ. January 31, 2014. Researchers at Kessler Foundation have studied the measurement tools used in multiple sclerosis for their effectiveness in predicting employment status. They compared the