Research & Clinical Trials in Neurology and Neurosurgery

Neurological Research Advances Medical Science Toward New and Improved Treatments

University Hospitals Neurological Institute is dedicated to research and the advancement of care for patients with neurological diseases. Clinical trials are research studies that involve the participation of human volunteers. The purpose of a clinical trial is to test the safety and effectiveness of new ways to diagnose, prevent and treat a medical problem, such as disease, illness or injury. Some studies are preventative, while some look at new treatments of illnesses and disorders, and others study the recovery of patients after illness.

In the Neurology Clinical Trials Department at UH, we have studies that cover a wide variety of neurological disorders.

These include:

In addition to the current studies, we conduct acute clinical trials that offer new or additional treatments for patients with a wide range of neurological diseases, including acute ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhages and brain aneurysms. These patients are generally enrolled in studies while they are in the emergency room, the intensive care unit, or before or after surgery.

Questions on Clinical Trials?

Learn about the clinical trial process and how you or a loved one could get started.

Please explore the web page for information about studies currently being conducted, as well as studies for which we are actively recruiting. If you have any questions or think you may qualify for a study, please contact us using the below information.

Name Email address Phone
Natalie Abraham, MA
Clinical Research Coordinator 216-983-4996
Valerie Cwiklinski, RN
Clinical Research Nurse 216-983-5144
David Korosec, RN
Clinical Research Nurse 216-844-1800
David Haney
Director of Research Operations
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