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Clinical Projects

If you would like to participate in a clinical trial at Johns Hopkins, please go to the  clinical trial database (ITCR), for more information.

Learn more about ongoing clinical projects by clicking the following links:


Neuropoint SD Study

Support: AANS/CNS Section of Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves
Site Lead Investigator: D.M. Sciubba.

Project Description: Multi-center study looking at the outcomes of patients following basic lumbar surgeries for degenerative lumbar pathology, including lumbar laminectomy and lumbar fusion.


National Neurosurgery Quality and Outcomes Database (N2QOD)

Support: American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)
Site Lead Investigator:  A. Bydon.

Project Description: Multi-center study looking at the outcomes of patients with degenerative spinal pathologies given various treatment options. Goal is determine comparative effectiveness between different treatments.


Complex Spine Study Group (CSSG) Multi-Center Retrospective and Observational Data Registry for Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Spinal Surgery Comparing Instrumentation and procedures

Sponsor: K2M
Site Lead Investigator:  D.M. Sciubba.

Project Description: Multi-center study looking at the outcomes of patients following complex spinal surgeries, including degenerative, scoliosis, and tumor pathologies.


Prospective Evaluation of Minimally Invasive Surgery versus Traditional Open Techniques in the Treatment of Metastatic Spine Tumors

Sponsor: Depuy
Principle Investigator:  D.M. Sciubba.

Project Description: To compare outcomes of patients with metastatic spine disease undergoing traditional open techniques to those undergoing minimally invasive surgery with regards to complications, hospital stay, neurological function, tumor recurrence, and overall survival.


Prospective study involving patients with metastatic epidural spinal cord compression (MESCC)

Sponsor: AOSpine
Site Lead Investigator:  Z.L. Gokaslan

Project Description: To follow patients operated on for metastatic spine tumors and compression of the spinal cord with attention given to survival, recurrence and complications of surgery.


For more information on clinical projects at the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgery Spinal Research Lab, please call us at 410-502-6103.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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