May 20th is International Clinical Trials Day, a chance to celebrate how clinical trials improve our health and to learn more about the process of participating in trials. In recognition of this day, we’ve gathered a list of Parkinson’s-specific info so you know what is happening in Parkinson’s clinical trials and how to get involved.
- Overview of the Parkinson’s Clinical Trial Pipeline
- Clinical Trials FAQ
- Clinical Trials Finder (You can also do a general search for “Parkinson’s” and your location)
Presently, there are twenty-nine clinical trials recruiting in different parts of the country. You can use the Clinical Trials Finder tool above to search for a trial in your area or contact our Information and Referral team for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-664-1974.
If there isn’t a clinical trial happening in your area, there are lots of other ways to participate in research.
- The Canadian Open Parkinson Network (C-OPN) is an open-science Parkinson’s research network bridging together researchers, people with Parkinson’s, and data to accelerate discoveries.
- You can also look at our up-to-date list of Studies Recruiting Participants