UNC Stroke Trials Unit: Clinical Trials and Research Studies
The UNC Stroke Center’s Stroke Trials Unit is currently recruiting for several clinical trials and research studies. These include trials of acute ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke treatments as well as trials studying stroke prevention. Please call Anne Beckwith at (919) 843-8797 for more information.
The following are ongoing stroke clinical trials and studies.
Acute Stroke Trials (0 – 24 hours):
ENRICH: Minimally-invasive surgical removal of clot in intracerebral hemorrhage
iDEF: Deferoxamine Mesylate in intracerebral hemorrhage
BASE: Biomarker blood test in acute ischemic stroke
Investigator Initiated Stroke Research Studies:
DIPS: Depression Improvement Program in Stroke: screening in UNC patients with TIA, acute ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage and subarachnoid hemorrhage
PREMIERS: Intensive periodontal treatment in patients with TIA and ischemic stroke
Stroke Recovery Research Studies Through the Department of Physical Therapy:
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