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School of Medicine

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Clinical Research and Clinical Trials

Our clinical research and trials are carefully controlled. These trials—and their participants—are responsible for helping further our medical knowledge and eventually helping people across our state, nation and world. 

General Research Interests

Clinical trials are extremely important in studying the safety and effectiveness of a particular treatment. Our trials are carefully controlled and follow specific protocols to help ensure our volunteers' safety. We conduct trials in:

  • Neurology
  • Neuropsychiatry and behavioral science research
  • Neurosurgery 

 

Find a Clinical Trial 

The only way for a clinical trial to be successful is to have people who are willing to participate. Participants can help further medical knowledge and potentially help other people. If you're interested in participating in a clinical trial, you can find one and apply through the governmental clinical trial database

 

Our Researchers

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Helmut Albrecht, M.D.

The research focus is on clinical trials of drugs to treat retrovirus (HIV) and opportunistic infections (Pneumonia, flu, tuberculosis ) and studying their mechanism of action.

 

Kevin Bennett, Ph.D.

The research includes the use of health information technology/systems redesigns tools and health care services, to improve health care delivery to vulnerable rural minorities in the state.

 

Davit Mrelashvili, M.D.

The research focus is on studying molecular basis of neurological disorders including multiple sclerosis and its treatments.

 

Meera Narasimhan, M.D.

The research focus is on understanding of neurobiology and novel pharmacological interventions in mood disorders, schizophrenia, co-morbid substance use disorder and autism.

 

Souvik Sen, M.D.

The specific research interests include acute stroke treatment, stroke and TIA pathophysiology, stroke prevention and epidemiology.

 

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