Have You or Someone You Know Had A Stroke?
We are seeking individuals who have had a recent stroke to participate in ongoing and future research studies for the treatment of stroke, including stem cell-based therapies, neurosurgical procedures, physical therapy, or other interventions. Interested participants will complete a questionnaire for a stroke patient participant recruitment registry. The information in the registry will be used to identify potential participants for clinical research studies.
You may complete this registry enrollment if you:
- Are at least 18 years old
- Have suffered a stroke
- Have ongoing symptoms as a result of the stroke
Note: Other additional eligibility criteria may apply for specific studies.
We have developed an online eligibility questionnaire to see if you might be a candidate for current or future research studies for stroke. The eligibility questionnaire includes detailed questions about your medical history and stroke symptoms and takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Information from individuals who complete this questionnaire will be placed in our Participant Recruitment Registry for Stroke Research. We will use this information to begin the process of helping you to determine your potential eligibility for ongoing or future studies for stroke. We may also contact you to obtain additional information and to tell you more about studies that you may qualify for.
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are cells that have the potential to develop into different types of cells within the body.
What is a Registry?
A participant recruitment registry is a listing of people who are interested in participating in research studies.
What is a Clinical Research Study?
A clinical research study is used to evaluate whether a therapy or intervention works in people.
How do I find out if I might be eligible for current or future research studies?
Click here to take the Eligibility Questionnaire.