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Clinical Research & Trials

Clinical Research & Trials

At the Rocky Mountain MS Center, we know that clinical research is critical to understanding this disease's complex triggers and effects, and will lead to better treatments and ultimately the cure.
 
The Rocky Mountain MS Center at Anschutz Medical Campus is the home of one of the largest MS research programs in the world. The success of our clinical research programs depends on the broad support of the MS community in the Rocky Mountain MS Center region. Together we are stronger than MS.
 
FULL LIST OF CLINICAL TRIALS - CLICK HERE
Once you're on the web page, click on the Neuroimmunology/MS section located on the left-hand column of the website.
 
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For more information on various clinical trials throughout the United States please visit: www.clinicaltrials.gov 
 
At the Rocky Mountain MS Center, we know that clinical research is critical to understanding this disease's complex triggers and effects, and will lead to better treatments and ultimately the cure. The Rocky Mountain MS Center at Anschutz Medical Campus is the home of a world-class MS research program. The success of these clinical research programs depends on the broad support of the MS community in Colorado and Wyoming. Together we are stronger than MS.


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Clinical Trial Opportunity
 
Title: Brain Activity and Fatigue in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

Purpose: A pilot study to examine the influence of changes in brain structure and function on the fatigue reported by individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS).

Main Eligibility Requirements
- 18-55 yrs of age
- clinical diagnosis of relapsing-remitting MS
- able to walk 100 m without assistance
- experience at least a moderate level of fatigue
- able to undertake MRI scans
- able to participate in two research sessions on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado
Participants will be compensated for their time.
Contact Information:
Jeff Gould at 303-492-4975 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Drs. Roger Enoka, John Corboy, and Timothy Vollmer University of Colorado Boulder 
IRB# 12-0421 Approved January 8, 2013


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The Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center is a patient and family-centered nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive and integrated wellness approach to MS and related diseases, life-changing support services, and cutting-edge research.
Our Mission: To improve the lives of people with MS and related diseases, and their families through care, support, education and research.