Neurosciences Clinical Trial Opportunities
- Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis
- Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Parkinson's Disease
Why Should I Participate in a Clinical Trial?Participating in a clinical trial is voluntary and a personal choice. When patients join a clinical trial, the Renown Health research team ensures patients make an informed decision in their healthcare by weighing all available options in addition to routine treatments. The high quality, standard care patients receive today was developed through clinical trials, thanks to patients who decided to participate. There are many reasons why patients decide to get involved in clinical research, such as:
- Access to a new, leading-edge treatment before it is widely available.
- Meaningful contributions that helps others with a similar diagnosis.
Sign Up for Clinical TrialsFill out the form below to be entered into our database of potential study participants. We will send you information on new and upcoming trials, trial results and more. We will contact you if you could potentially be a match for a trial.
Programs & Services
- Acute Rehab Hospital
- Epilepsy Program
- Headache Program
- Interventional Neuroradiology
- Memory Disorders Program
- Movement Disorders Program
- Multiple Sclerosis Program
- Outpatient Therapy
- Neuro ICU
- Neurosciences Clinical Trials
- Neurovascular & Stroke Program
- Spine, Sports & Pain Management
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