Huntington Neurosciences Clinical Trials
Research is an important component of the comprehensive care capabilities at the Huntington Hospital Neurosciences Stroke Center. Through clinical research, or clinical trials, we are able to explore and assess whether potentially beneficial therapies can lead toward better stroke outcomes, establishing new treatment protocols, improving patient quality-of-life and many other benefits.
Current trials open to enrollment:
Ethnic/Racial Variations of Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ERICH)
ABSTRACT: A clinical trial exploring attempts to identify genetic and other predisposing factors for intracranial hemorrhage in African Americans and Hispanics. We are collaborating with USC on this clinical trial.
SPONSORS: University of Cincinnati (Lead),
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), University of Southern California
For more information on any of these trial, please call the office of Dr. Arbi Ohanian at (626) 535-9344
or our Clinical Research department at (626) 397-3877
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