BMS at ACTRIMS forum 2022

Intended for U.S. scientific audiences only.

The 7th Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS) Forum 2022 is an important opportunity to reinforce our commitment to scientific exchange on research and breakthroughs, with the goal of helping to preserve physical and cognitive functions in people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).

Our data at ACTRIMS 2022

Check out our abstracts being presented at the meeting

At ACTRIMS Forum 2022, Bristol Myers Squibb is presenting multiple abstracts with new research findings in appropriate patients with relapsing forms of MS. We look forward to showcasing new research and sharing progress with the MS community.

Our science

We are pursuing pathbreaking science and innovative solutions to potentially improve outcomes in MS. Read how our team is working to delay progression and prevent disability for individuals diagnosed with MS.

Taking back control: MS patients preserve body and mind >

Learn more about how MS patients engage in activities to help preserve their body and mind.

How BMS supports the MS community: a Q&A with Diego Silva and Cathy Trzaskawka >

Hear from Diego Silva, vice president, Worldwide Medical, interim head of Immunology & Fibrosis and Cathy Trzaskawka (Traz), executive director, Bristol Myers Squibb Patient Advocacy, to learn how Bristol Myers Squibb's work in multiple sclerosis (MS) goes beyond the medicine, and how the company supports the entire community.

Delivering meaningful innovations for the multiple sclerosis community >

Learn how Bristol Myers Squibb is focused on delivering meaningful innovations, with the goal of preserving physical and cognitive functions in people living with MS.


Learn more about our research in MS through the resources below.

Multiple sclerosis infographic >

Learn about the different types of multiple sclerosis and its potential impact on patients.

Multiple sclerosis and the brain infographic >

Learn more about multiple sclerosis and how it affects the brain. 

Music therapy and multiple sclerosis infographic >

Learn more about the relationship between multiple sclerosis and music therapy.