About the Registry

The Participant Recruitment Registry for Stroke Research and this website were developed by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in order to identify potential participants for current and future clinical research studies of stem cell therapies for stroke or other interventions.

Specific studies that use the Participant Recruitment Registry for Stroke Research may involve stem cell-based therapies, neurosurgical procedures, physical therapy, or other interventions. Individual studies may have a follow-up period to assess the effects of the treatments. Some of the tests used to determine eligibility and the effects of the treatment may include CT and MRI scans, blood tests, and physical exams.

Although this website (stemcellstudy.ucsf.edu), the eligibility questionnaire (redcap.ucsf.edu), and the Participant Recruitment Registry for Stroke Research were developed and are maintained at UCSF; all other study procedures for specific studies, including actual enrollment, consent, administration of therapies, and follow-up visits would occur at designated study sites for each specific study.

How do I find out more about these research studies?
If your questions are not answered on this website, click Contact Us to find out more.
How do I find out if I might be eligible for current research studies?
Click here to take the Eligibility Questionnaire.