This is a registry to collect medical record information from people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to better understand the disease and develop new treatments
39 Studies found
Seeking men and women with Multiple Sclerosis for a study of the role of stress in multiple sclerosis and whether an 8-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program effects your sense of well-being, stress level, and how it may change your brain.
Questionnaire Study Of The Long-Term Safety And Effectiveness Of The Drug Tecfidera For Multiple Sclerosis (Ms)
To collect data on patient who are receiving dimetyl fumarate as part of their routine care for multiple sclerosis
Seeking patients with a brain aneurysm (a bubble in the wall of a vessel in your brain) who, with their doctor, decided to treat it using approved endovascular coils (thin metal springs that stay in the blood vessels in the brain).
Seeking Men and Women 18-90 years old who have a small ruptured or un-ruptured aneurysm in the head.
This study is looking at an experimental treatment for patients diagnosed with a stroke caused by a blockage in the blood vessels within the brain.
Newly diagnosed (within 6 months) people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) sought for a trial comparing "first line" (traditional) with "second line" (aggressive) treatments in preventing disability. This is a pragmatic trial which means that even though participants will be randomly assigned a treatment group, they and their doctor can change their treatment if needed.
Seeking men and women with a brain aneurysm treated with a medical device called a Flow Diverter to slow the flow of blood into the aneurysm to see how well a software helps a doctor predict if the aneurysm will get smaller and blood flow becomes fully blocked over a year.
Seeking Ischemic (caused by reduced blood flow by narrowed or blocked arteries) stroke survivors aged 45 and older for a study of an investigational therapy using anticoagulant drugs (aspirin or apixiaban) for the prevention of another stroke
People who have been or will be treated with the Embotrap II device to remove blood clots to try to restore blood flow to the brain are being asked to participate in the EXCELLENT registry. This registry will collect and analyze the blood clots removed from the brain with the Embotrap II to study the different types of clots that cause stroke.
Seeking men and women who are within the first few hours of experiencing an ischemic stroke (caused by a blood clot blocking blood flow to the brain) for a study comparing medication combinations to reduce the impact of the stroke.
This study is enrolling men and women who have had a traumatic brain injury in order to compare outcomes when medical care is delivered based on either monitoring the pressure in the brain or monitoring both the pressure in the brain and the amount of oxygen in the brain.
Seeking men and women whose multiple sclerosis has not responded well to previous treatment and whose doctor has decided to start treatment with cladribine tablets and stop treatment with an injectable drug.
Seeking men and women with relapsing multiple sclerosis whose doctors has decided to start treatment with clabridine tablets because other pills were not working well.
Seeking volunteers who will have their brain aneurysm treated using a coil to prevent it from bursting for a study of the long term performance of the coil.
Seeking men and women with multiple sclerosis for a study of an investigational drug for multiple sclerosis. This drug has not been tested in humans before.
Seeking women and men who have started ocrelizumab treatment for their Multiple Sclerosis (MS) within the past month or people whose MS is being being treated with therapies other than ocrelizumab for a study looking at the incidence of cancer in the future.
Seeking men and women with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) who have decided with their doctor to start taking the drug Edaravone to slow their symptom progression for a study of what changes happen in the blood and urine after they start taking the drug.
Study Of The Effects Of Hospital Interventions Just After A Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Long-Term Outcome
Seeking men and women aged 18 and older who have been admitted to the hospital intensive care unit following a traumatic brain injury for a study of how care received in the hospital impacts long-term recovery.
Seeking men and women who are experiencing acute ischemic strokes caused by a blood clot blocking blood flow to a major artery in their brain for a study of an investigational device to remove the blood clot.
Seeking men and women aged 18 and older diagnosed with a cerebrovascular saccular aneurysm (also known as a berry aneurysm) in their head for a study of an investigational MRI imaging technique.
Study Of An Investigational Stem Cell Transplant For Treatment Resistant Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis
Seeking men and women whose multiple sclerosis has remained active despite treatment for a study comparing blood stem cell transplantation to other available treatments for multiple sclerosis.
Seeking men and women aged between 18 and 80 for a study of how the brain works when making decisions when the answer is uncertain.
Study Of Multiple Investigational Drugs To Prevent Progression Of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Als)
Seeking men and women with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) to participate in a research trial to test several different investigational treatments.
Seeking men and women with multiple sclerosis for a study of how common sleep apnea is and whether sleep apnea affects MS symptoms.
Seeking people with Parkinson's disease and healthy volunteers for a study of how speech changes depending on PD symptoms, effects of medication and genetics.
Seeking men and women who are participating in the ARCADIA stroke prevention trial for a study of the effect of the study drugs Apixaban and Aspirin on the occurrence of silent strokes and memory loss.
Seeking people who been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or a similar immune disorder of the central nervous system or their immediate family members for a study to better understand what causes these diseases and perhaps improve treatment.
Seeking men and women aged 50 and older who have had bleeding in the brain (brain hemorrhage) for a study comparing continuing or stopping statin drug use treatment on the risk of having another brain hemorrhage.
Seeking men and women whose stroke has been or will be treated with a medical device to remove the blood clot from the artery in their brain for a study observing their recovery.
Seeking men and women with relapsing multiple sclerosis for a study of how effective and safe an investigational drug is compared to the usual treatment.
Seeking men and women 18 years of age or older with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) for participation in a study comparing an investigational drug called fenebrutinib to a drug called teriflunomidie.
Seeking men and women 18 years of age or older with primary progressive multiple sclerosis for participation in a study of an investigational drug called Ocrelizumab
Seeking people diagnosed with a motor neuron disease such as ALS or muscular dystrophy or a family member of someone with a neuromuscular disease for a study of genetic and environmental risk factors for the disease.
Seeking male and female children ranging from 0-18 months of age diagnosed with non-high risk neuroblastoma.
This study is for patients who may have neuroblastoma, a tumor of nerve cells typically found in the stomach, chest or neck of young children. This is a data and sample collection study to help us better understand this disease.
Volunteers who are participating in the NMTRC014 research study for treatment of neuroblastoma survivors who are in remission are sought for a research study of how the study drug is absorbed into the the body.
Volunteers who are at risk for having heart disease, taking aspirin, and will be or have already undergone a cardiac catheterization sought for a study of how the body makes blood clots and its effect on the risk for heart attack and stroke.
Seeking men and women aged 50 and older hospitalized with pneumonia caused by a COVID-19 infection for a study of the long-term effects of COVID-19 on memory and thinking.