Search for specific clinical trials that are underway using the keyword search below.
Patient support groups also offer information about clinical trials.
NINDS Disorders is an index of neurological conditions provided by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. This valuable tool offers detailed descriptions, facts on treatment and prognosis, and patient organization contact information for over 500 identified neurological disorders.
|THIS WAY IN: The Tragic Death of Natasha Richardson.||05.01.2009|
|Am I Nothing but What I Remember?.||07.01.2008|
|Special Report On Concussion.||09.01.2007|
|Hope for Brain Injury.||03.01.2007|
|Avoid Insult to Brain Injury.||03.01.2007|
|Adding Insult to Brain Injury.||11.01.2006|
|The Silent Epidemic: Traumatic brain injury's massive impact on sufferers and society.||09.01.2006|
|WAR ON THE BRAIN.||09.01.2006|
|THE LONG ROAD HOME.||09.01.2006|
|Help on the Long Road to Recovery from Brain Injury.||09.01.2006|
|Good News after Bad News.||07.01.2006|
|Linking Head Trauma to Parkinsonism.||05.01.2006|
|Traumatic Brain Injury: Safe Play On and Off the Field.||09.01.2005|
|Steroids Not Good for Severe Brain Injuries.||09.01.2005|
|More Evidence That Vision Test on Sidelines May Help Diagnose Concussion||02.26.2014|
|How Well Do Football Helmets Protect Players from Concussions?||02.17.2014|
|Even Without a Concussion, Blows to Head May Affect Brain, Learning and Memory||12.11.2013|
|Brain Still Injured from Concussion After Symptoms Fade||11.20.2013|
|Study: Disease Caused by Repeat Brain Trauma in Athletes May Affect Memory, Mood, Behavior||08.21.2013|
|Have a Brain Injury? You May Be at Higher Risk for Stroke||06.26.2013|
|Protect Your Brain: Free Bike Helmets Available This Saturday in Minneapolis Mill District||06.18.2013|
|AAN Issues Updated Sports Concussion Guideline: Athletes with Suspected Concussion Should Be Removed from Play||03.18.2013|
|Study: Brain Imaging After Mild Head Injury/Concussion Can Show Lesions||03.12.2013|
|Head Injury + Pesticide Exposure = Triple the Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||11.12.2012|
|NFL Players May Be at Higher Risk of Death from Alzheimer’s and ALS||09.05.2012|
|Bike Helmet Giveaway Marks Opening of New American Academy of Neurology Headquarters||06.05.2012|
|Breaking Point: When Does Head Trauma in Sports Lead to Memory Loss?||04.18.2012|
|Study: New Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury Shows Promise in Animals||02.19.2012|
|Using Amphetamines May Increase Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||02.20.2011|
|Holiday Recipe Help for People with Trouble Smelling and Tasting Food||12.16.2010|
|Soldiers with Brain Injuries at Higher Risk of Epilepsy Decades Later||07.19.2010|
|Study: Brain Injuries Tied to Trouble Sleeping||05.24.2010|
|Simple Test May Help Judge Concussion in Athletes||02.15.2010|
|AAN Issues Statement on New NFL Concussion Policy||12.01.2009|
|Brain Damage Seen on Brain Scans May Predict Memory Loss in Old Age||08.10.2009|
|For Iraq Veterans, Headaches Continue After Traumatic Brain Injury||02.23.2009|
|MEDIA ADVISORY: AAN to Testify Before Congress on Veterans' Traumatic Brain Injury Issues||05.22.2007|
|Does Amateur Boxing Cause Brain Damage?||05.02.2007|
|Brains Scans of Symptomatic Gulf War Veterans Show Differences||05.01.2007|
|Mild Head Injuries Increase Risk of Sleep Disorders||04.02.2007|
|Drug Improves Memory Loss for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients||09.11.2006|
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Provides information and support to patients diagnosed with or treated for acoustic neuroma or other benign tumors affecting the cranial nerves.
Non-profit organization dedicated to people with brain injury and their families. Offers research, education, and advocacy programs through a national office, network of state affiliates, support groups, and a helpline.
Nationwide organization devoted to improving the outcome of traumatic brain injury patients. Focuses on the acute phase of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and methods to improve chances of a meaningful recovery. The Foundation works to improve the care of TBI patients from the scene of injury to the emergency room and ICU through guidelines development, professional education, quality improvement, and clinical research.
National non-profit organization that offers education, services and community-based activities in prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and recovery. Serves the public and professional communities, people at risk, patients and their health care providers, stroke survivors, and their families and caregivers.
Supports and assists families and caregivers of adults with debilitating health conditions. Offers programs and consultation on caregiving issues at local, state, and national levels. Offers free publications and support online, including a national directory of publicly funded caregiver support programs.