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Studies and Clinical Trials
Explore thousands of research studies in all 50 states and in 204 countries.
A clinical trial is the scientific term for a test or study of a drug, therapy, surgical procedure, medical device, or of nutrition or behavioral changes in people. The tests are done to find out if the drug, therapy, procedure, etc. is safe and effective for people to use. The overall purpose of a clinical trial is to learn, not to treat patients. Before you volunteer to participate in a clinical trial, ask about any risks associated with the treatment being tested.
The MCW FMRI Database was developed to help fMRI investigators manage and more profitably use the large amounts of continually generated information pertaining to study subjects and fMRI sessions.
Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin are seeking Healthy Adults to participate in a study, looking at changes that occur in ATTENTION across the lifespan.
The Memory Disorders Program at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin provides comprehensive care to patients and families living with dementia or other memory disorders.
The Froedtert & MCW Neurosciences Research Center combines specialty expertise, state-of-the-science technology and consistent research leadership to provide comprehensive services for all neurological disorders. Our physicians and staff are dedicated to providing their patients with the most up-to-date neurosciences treatment options.
Clinical trials are an important research tool that helps sufferers of spine disorders, cancers, and more receive the safest, most effective treatment options available. Consider volunteering in one of our many studies today.