Clinical trials are studies designed to find new and better ways to treat patients with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. The physicians at the Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center are currently conducting the clinical trials listed below.
Studies open frequently. If interested in the latest information regarding our studies, please call Michelle Cines, BSN, CCRC at 410-328-7809 (Press 1).
|Clinical Trial Detail - Exercise Study: Click here for more information.|
|Definition:||The Veteran's Affairs Medical Center has funded this study investigate ways to improve memory in Parkinson's disease. Executive memory loss is common in Parkinson's Disease (PD). There is no known treatment for it. This study looks at whether executive memory function is improved in PD by either treadmill aerobic training, computerized memory training, or a combination of both.|
|Investigator:||Karen Anderson, MD|
|Eligibility:||Participants must have been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.|
|Contact:||For more information or to inquire about participating, call Terra Hill at 443-827-0677.|
|Clinical Trial Detail - NET PD LS-1 Study|
|Definition:||The NIH is sponsoring a study of the impact of creatine, an investigational drug, on slowing the clinical decline in patients with PD. All qualified participants will receive the study medication as well as study-related health assessments by a licensed neurologist.|
|Investigator:||Lisa M. Shulman, MD|
|Contact:||For more information or to inquire about participating, call Michelle Cines at 410-328-7809 (Press 1).|