Every treatment, medication and procedure available today was once tested as part of a clinical trial. These well-designed scientific studies help Johns Hopkins doctors continuously improve quality of life of our patients and further our understanding of many neurological conditions. The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery offer a wide range of clinical trials that cover a multitude of disorders and conditions. By joining one of these studies, you will be helping our team gather data to advance the field of medicine.
Featured Clinical TrialBrain-Computer Interface Study
The Johns Hopkins Department of Neurology is currently recruiting participants for a clinical trial focused on brain-computer interface (BCI) system research lead by Nathan Crone, M.D. The study aims to assess a BCI system and its ability to assist with communication for patients with severe movement and communication impairments.
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Additional Clinical Trials
Non-invasive MRI-based Biomarkers for Neurological Diseases
- Contact: Whitney Isennock (410-955-7008)
- Principle Investigator: Mark Luciano
- Objective: To study differences in the brains of patients with Chiari who get surgery, those who don’t get surgery, and healthy volunteers to see if we can predict which patients with will respond well to surgery
- Eligibility Criteria: Chiari patients planning surgery, asymptomatic chiari patients, and healthy volunteers (must be able to undergo MRI) [3 arms of participants]