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CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES



Division of Movement Disorders at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital is world-renowned for its tradition of clinical care and research excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.

Our goal


We are dedicated to exploring better diagnostic tests and new therapeutic options for patients with movement disorders and their families. Our group is composed of specially trained physicians, nurses, coordinators, and genetic specialists who work closely with you before, during, and upon completion of your research participation. We are committed to providing you with thorough, considerate and state of the art specialty care.

Why enroll in a research study?


These studies are designed to help find new and more effective ways to diagnose, treat and ultimately cure Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Your participation in a research study may not only improve your quality of life but also make a difference for generations of patients in the future.
Office of Clinical Trials at Columbia University:
http://www.columbiaclinicaltrials.org/patients.html

enroll in a movement disorders research study

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CURRENT CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES:

Brain Donor Program (212) 305-5779
Dystonia Studies: experimental therapeutic trial (212) 305-6121
Essential Tremor Studies (212) 305-8513
Genetic Research & Family Studies (212) 305-4473
Huntington's Disease Studies (212) 305-5779
I-STEP Istradefylline Study of Safety & Treatment Efficacy in Parkinson's Disease (212) 305-3938
Motor Control Studies (212) 305-0438
Parkinson’s Disease Studies: experimental therapeutic trial (212) 305-6121
Parkinson's Disease & Surgical Treatment Options (212) 305-0549
STEADY-PD III: Efficacy of Isradipine as a disease modifying agent in early Parkinson disease (212) 305-3938




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710 W 168th St, New York, NY 10032
Last updated: November 20, 2014
 

ABOUT US:

- MISSION STATEMENT
- OUR DOCTORS
- CONTACT & DIRECTIONS
PATIENT INFORMATION:

- OUR DOCTORS
- CLINICAL CARE
- WHAT ARE MOVEMENT DIORDERS?
- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
- CLINICAL MOTOR PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
- MOVEMENT DISORDERS & FAMILY HISTORY
- MOVEMENT DISORDERS SURGERY CENTER
- BRAIN BANK
- CONTACT & DIRECTIONS

EDUCATION:

- MOVEMENT DISORDERS FELLOWSHIP
- FORMER AND CURRENT FELLOWS
RESEARCH:

- BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH
- CLINICAL RESEARCH
- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
- GENETIC RESEARCH