Analyzing the Parkinson's disease clinical trial pipeline to facilitate patient collaboration in research.
Click on 'Search" button to view list of trials matching your criteria (or "Advanced Search" option for more search criteria).
INT = Interventional, OBS = Observational
Click on buttons below for interactive world maps on ClinicalTrials.gov.
Then click on country/state to view individual trials.
|INT Phase 1||44||28|
|INT Phase 2||56||30|
|INT Phase 3||14||10|
|INT Phase 4||19||8|
|INT No Phase||184||80|
An OBSERVATIONAL STUDY is a type of clinical study in which participants are identified as belonging to study groups and are assessed for biomedical or health outcomes. Participants may receive diagnostic, therapeutic, or other types of interventions, but the investigator does not assign participants to specific interventions/treatments.
Assessment may be based on data collected from participants at a point in time or over a period of time.
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Phase 1 evaluates therapy safety with small # participants ( <100).
This page provides access to information about currently recruiting interventional and observational Parkinson's disease studies taking place around the world. It is intended to help patients and controls find trials of interest to them that they may qualify to participate in. Unless otherwise noted, recruiting trial information is provided through ClinicalTrials.gov. (See ClinicalTrials.gov overview.) Further information about any trial you may be interested in can be obtained by contacting the trial coordinator listed in the trial description.
Studies with no phase specified may include evaluations of interventions such as exercise, physical therapy, speech therapy, dietary supplements and more.
An INTERVENTIONAL STUDY (or Clinical Trial) is a clinical study in which participants are assigned an intervention such as a medication, device, or procedure (or no intervention), so that researchers can evaluate its effects on biomedical or health-related outcomes. Participants may receive diagnostic, therapeutic, or other types of interventions. Randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials are the gold standard for assessing the safety and effectiveness of a therapy.
Phase 4 involves further study of therapies already FDA-approved.
Phase 2 evaluates therapy safety and efficacy with up to several hundred participants.
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NOTE: In December 2017, ClinicalTrials.gov released a new version of its website featuring enhanced search and usability features, including the ability to search for trials by city/distance from city. To learn more about these features, visit ClinicalTrials.gov: Further Enhancements to Functionality. NLM Tech Bull. 2017 Nov-Dec and ClinicalTrials.gov: More Changes to Improve Usability. NLM Tech Bull. 2017 Sep-Oct.
How to find recruiting PD clinical trials near you
1) Go to ClinicalTrials.gov. (see screenshot below)
2) Enter search parameters to find studies you may be interested in.
3) View list of studies matching your criteria.
4) Click on a study's title for more info about that study, including study description, study design, study sponsor, eligiblity criteria, and contact info.
Phase 3 evaluates therapy safety and efficacy with 100's or thousands of participants.
Select Country (or leave blank to see all countries). After selecting Country, options for State (U.S. only), City, and Distance will appear.
Other terms box - Helpful search terms include: Interventional, Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Phase 4, Observational. Can use combination of terms.
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